James McLain

Gold Star - 40,646 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

Smile Philosophically - Poem by James McLain

God Smiles Philosophically with Forgiveness
and said,
before I was born,
the first thing I would see
was your smile.
So I smiled back with this,
good heavens it is so, 'knowingly.
God said,
before you smiled, smile I ask you
were as of it, once, twice, three times
you were already forgiven.So..So..
Many said he, herself the vast the all,
do wast there lives,
seeking that which you never had to
ask as it was done already for you.
So then why do you labor the smile
so heavenly?
When you smile you smother) it(all around it
half frown half cotton gown of clouds.
Sadly it tries to lift it up a side and down the
other, 'but it weeps as you lay claim,
some, 'Catholic some ritual of self denial.
Without it, your he the she, it's alpha never
began to circle the endless heavens to settle
on one little humble small flower, bumbled,
one bee twin V's single file,
Philosophically, having tea with you, himself to
prearrange heaven is touching one smile at a time.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010

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