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Sowing A Seed

Rating: 4.5
I smile when I'm happy.
I do it even in public.
I was doing it
when a man and his wife came up to me.
'Why do you smile? ' He asked.
To which the wife replied for me:
'Because i'm dumb.' and laughed.
My smile grew larger as i looked
From husband to Wife.
' Just because i am happy' I said.
A smile grew on the husbands face.
Wife rolled her eyes in irritation.
My smile grew even bigger still.
So there were still enough smiles
For three people.
zarina binda
Monday, September 17, 2012
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COMMENTS
Jazib Kamalvi 16 August 2017
A nice poetic imagination, Zarina. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks
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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 25 September 2012
A giggling fine n fun poem. Im all smiles now. Do read mine
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Indranil Bhaduri 17 September 2012
A different approach of conversation gives it a new angle. Lovely.
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Thomas Hsi 17 September 2012
I like the conversational exchange too! I'm glad the narrator was mature enough to realize that another person's negativity isn't worth refusing to sow a seed. Thanks for sharing.
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