Michael Samad


Smiling Sigh - Poem by Michael Samad

You smile and bet, you play to get
You look, you breathe....i smile
I remember i should put it at ease
Give it a break, for its own sake
Then anger flows, heart beats close
It's not a smile, it's another deceiving mile...

I wish i could catch it
Hide it from my temper, hold it with tender
Is it worth it, to talk about it?
Can you hear it grunting, can you see it crying....
So many words left emprisonned, within its walls
No way in, closed way out
Swimming in a poul of maybes and doubt
I thought it's there, it wasn't anywhere
Like an illusional reflection, a light deflection
Instead of breathing, prefers cleaving...

The truth it read, no matter where it lead
Don't be sad, sincere fact
I write u with honor, i live u for a fact...

I miss something last
Being exposed feels cold
So i retrieve to my childhood ground
Time to share with memories i found...

I'll miss your smile,
I'll miss me in you
You and I...not a lie
You in me, a burning sigh....


Comments about Smiling Sigh by Michael Samad

  • (6/2/2006 9:37:00 PM)


    This started somewhat weak, but really gained streanth on the way. I have noticed this in some of your other work too. You defrinately have a tallent at endings. I liked this too. (Report) Reply

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  • (6/1/2006 5:22:00 PM)


    Another sad but lovely poem. I like it.: -)

    By the way, I have another suggestion. How about changing 'it's a deceiving another mile' to 'it's another deceiving mile, ' so it will flow better? : -)
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  • (5/31/2006 8:32:00 PM)


    Hey Manolo i wonder if this poem is a tru life experience for u. I see anger and sadness and longing. Hope it wasnt you and that you were just inspired coz u seem as if you havent got over this person.It was great though (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 28, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, June 22, 2007


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