Tag Archives: Smile

ALTHOUGH NOBODY SEES ME GROW

Although maybe nobody any longer sees me grow– they think I’m all grown up. . . But, yet, I smile and laugh quite like a child, so free and very happily, to know, regardless what I do or not, I’m … Continue reading

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IN WANING LIGHT, A LITTLE PRAYER

The waning light. In my fright, a little prayer. . . A little blip in field of sight. . . There is benevolence out there. . . And there are allies, and good friends. . . And there are means … Continue reading

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YOU ARE WORTHY OF A ZILLION THINGS

Ah, you are worthy of a zillion things. . . but you must choose the ones you want, and use them well, with heaven’s care, with sweetest words and tending deeds, that they will know no matter what the others … Continue reading

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SMILE AND SAY, “PRETTY PLEASE”

Yes, smile and say, “Pretty please. . .” but especially, say, “Thank you.” For, then, at the next time that you sneeze, you’re much more apt to receive another hanky, you.

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A LITTLE GIRL SAT PLAYING ON THE CARPET

A little girl sat playing on the carpet. Outside, there pattered rain. Inside, lamps shined to show the colors bright in her eyes, her smile, and on the long hair of her black-lashed fashion model dolls, and the violet umbrella, … Continue reading

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TWO BOLD STROKES

Two bold strokes of an old quill pen, and on she signs, as she tosses the life that she learned by rote, to write a life that can let her smile again.

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SHE NEVER SAID AN UNKIND WORD

She never said an unkind word to anyone. My clever head finds that a little weird and maybe not much fun. Though, really, on the other hand, it lights a sector of my mind, blazes novel trails ahead, where can … Continue reading

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