The Smile She Gave Me - Poem by Phil Whittaker
It came from her but within myself too,
She gave me that quiet confidence boost,
Just simple words and the odd I love you,
But that smile, it made up for the most,
It gave me the affect of being taller than stars,
My favourite person, no one compares to my love,
Not the beauty of Venus, or the Wrath of Mars,
Could vanquish the feeling inside she wove,
I could look taller than giants, and armies defeat,
Champions would never best me,
I'd lay there heads at her feet,
If only me and her, we could be,
Oh yes, that will be a devine feat.
We will never be alone, we will never meet.
Just wish I could see that smile she gave me,
It would light my life, and set my spirit free.
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