Bakare Oluwagbenga Michael
Smile - Poem by Bakare Oluwagbenga Michael
Putting on the ever-graceful expression, with every facial character actively partying.
The mouth is out wide like that of a laughing jackal;
The nose is off its duty post and out for the party;
The eyes blink radiantly to the tune of the music.
The ears tend to be the only character on duty, setting out to get more refreshment for the party.
Not left out of this party is the heart sitting and dancing quietly in one corner of the party. Even though its been intoxicated with merriments shipped in by the ears, it still manages to dance gingerly.
Welcome to the party tagged 'SMILE'...
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