Smiles - Poem by Rod Morris
It costs you nothing, it does not hurt, it shows that you have style.
If you just greet, all those you meet, with a warm and friendly smile.
When you first met the one you love, your one wish was to beguile.
Your heart skipped a beat; life was complete, when they gave that special smile.
Those sleepless nights, the nappy rash, all are things worthwhile.
When first that little diplomat, gives you a great smile.
Dont be afraid to walk around with a smile as your attack.
For all of those you give away, your bound to get more back.
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