Roland Cho


Smiles - Poem by Roland Cho

Everyone smiles with you
Even when you’ve no smile to give.
Everyone smiles at you
Even when you think they’d rather cry.
Smiles from everyone, smiling for everything.

Smiles quite hard to interpret,
Very spontaneous to ease,
Too frequent to be real.
I enjoy them though.
Even though they sometimes end joy.

If smiles are a deal for you,
They’ll deal with you!

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 23, 2005



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