Smile Imbues Etiquette - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
Smile is one of lateral thinking trick,
In a trice it can break hard-heart brick.
Smile says, “Yes I am ready to do, ”
Smile says, “Yes, I can ever coo.”
Smile says, “Yes, It is all right, ”
Smile says, “Yes, It is bright.”
Smile says, “I did understand, ”
Smile says, “Yes, I am ready to stand.”
Smile indicates success in each step,
Smile points the students’ success in prep.
When teacher smiles students do know,
Their teacher is pleased peace will blow.
Children learn etiquette from their homes,
Parents are examples they are the domes.
In each and every talk they do smile,
It is easier to climb up progress stile.
Smile imbues etiquette it is good for all,
It can win the heart of people never fall.
You can find smile in a divine family,
Smile always deals everyone chummily.
God does bless them, who have smile on face,
His blessing erases the wrath, violence in race.
Let’s have smile in each and every talk,
It has the power to tranquillize flock
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Imbue – inspire or permeate
Trice – in an instant
Coo – speak softly or lovingly
Prep – preparatory school work done outside school
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