Blondine Louise Reddick
The Pleasure Of Your Smile - Poem by Blondine Louise Reddick
I waft deeply in the pleasure of your smile
It treats me like a gentle breeze
On a hot and sultry summer day
As a rainbow peers aft' endless rain
And clouds fast fade away.
I'll store it in that special place
Down deep within my brain
When things go wrong, I can't erase
To recall it once again.
Memories are made, you see,
From moments such as this
A smile can be as gentle
As a lovers well-placed kiss.
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