A Smile Painted

Poem by: angel plant

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About a smile for the one you love. You share, you care. About how you feelW

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Submitted: July 30, 2012

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Submitted: July 30, 2012

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While i scream my fear

People pass by

I hide my tears

While I paint on a smile

 

I care very much about what used to be

So its not about what used to be

So everyone can see

My smile is there because I want it to be

 

I think and feel this way

Because it is the way I feel

I dont care what people will say

It will never begin to fade

 

I will never pretend they are dead

Or act as if they ever was

I dont care about  what kind of things  are said

They can whisper all they want

 

My smile is not just for today

I do not worry about the past

My smile will not fade away

Im going with you everywhere

 

My tears are from the seed that was sewn

Everyone can know

I do not need to be alone

I do have any weaknessess I have you

 


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