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Friday, June 20, 2008
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The definition of a smile and what a smile means to us differs from person to person. This is what the beauty of a smile means to me.


A smile that forms inside the soul
Illuminates the face
While showing that you treat each goal
With hopefulness and grace
A simple joy, easily shared
With everyone you meet
A grin can calm the sad or scared
And make the day complete.
A smile that is heartfelt and true
Burns the dark clouds from sight
Paving the way for skies of blue
And pleasant dreams at night
A blessing, such as this, is rare
So treat it with respect
Then, show others how much you care
Just let your smile infect.
A smile that comes from deep within
Is beautiful and kind
Warming the heart, time and again
While improving the mind
This smile is not the one you see
In photos every day
But, the one you share willingly
In your own special way.
© 2008 – Jill Eisnaugle’s Poetry Collection


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Reviewed by toni cesta
when a smile comes from deep with in the beauty is felt with such warmth. you have expressed yourself beautifully
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
A smile can go such a long way. You have captured its essence in this lovely poem...m
Reviewed by John Flanagan
Beautiful sentiments here, and very well expressed.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
Very true and nice!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
They say smile at everyone you meet and they cannot help but smile back at you. Try it and see, most people you do not even know smile back at you. Everyone likes to share a smile and be recognized in a special way.
Reviewed by Felix Perry
A natural smile that is not foreced or pretend is a wonderful gift to bestow on anyone. You captured this well.
Reviewed by H Cruz
I couldn't have said it better; it remind me of that old song (Smiling in the rain/ laughing at the pain... gotta keep on smilin...)
Reviewed by Paul Berube
This smile is not the one you see,
In photos every day;
But, the one you share willingly,
In your own special way.

A sincere smile can't be beat. Very well done Jill.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull


a toothy one....
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
A smile indeed is infectious,,, warming ones heart :)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Beautiful write and pic, Jill; very well penned/illustrated! BRAVA!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Burleson, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by William Bonilla
Outstanding write Jill
The beautiful Picture is priceless
Love & Peac

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