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Sad Smile
by Christine Alwin
Saturday, July 24, 2010
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Sad Smile

Pressed between her lips,
a smile, crookedly sad,
do you see her pain?

 

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Reviewed by Chessly Nesci 8/7/2010
When I see someone with a sad smile it breaks my heart. I always want to give a big hug because I want to ease their pain. Hugs,~Chessly
Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 8/2/2010
Dear Christine, well done

Sad Smile,announces sadness
And shows pain in the veins
Love Emile
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/29/2010
Yes I do, Christine; because you have made me see it via your verses here. You have very succinctly awakened emotions, sad though they may be. Well done. Thank you. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by William Bonilla 7/29/2010
an outstanding write, Christine
So much said so few words
A poetic art.....
Love & Peace be with you

William
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/28/2010
Concise yet fully realised. Your powers of observation are superbly matched by your insight, perception and compassion, Christine. I love the notion of "Pressed between her lips"... how often mine refuses to stay where placed and slips badly, fooling no one but the one who put it there... Excellent work. xx
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/27/2010
Most will only see the smile. Poignant and very powerful in so few words.
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 7/26/2010
Christine - you just get in the car and start it up.
But never drive out of the carport!
You put it into park and let the reader travel to where ever it is
going through their life at the moment.
I love it!!!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/25/2010
Quite profound, Christine.
Reviewed by neerja gandhi 7/25/2010
true..we smile at times to make others happy...nice write Christine... Best wishes..neerja
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 7/25/2010
when I see this in my life with strangers
since I know exactly how it feels
I always try to offer them the warmth of kindness
and when I see this too with those I know as Fee
mentioned it is easier because I can hug them...

but of course a sad stranger may like it?
Hugs are such a great feeling of compassion since we
all know how it feels to smile on the outside
for others when we don't inside our-self feel the same...
Such Moments Reflecting Here Christine
Love Fills Our Inner Smile
Vickie
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 7/25/2010
NICE!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 7/25/2010
A smile I have had from time to time....perhaps we all have....wonderful writing, Christine....you say so much with few words.I'm such a fan of that!
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/24/2010
Christine,
In three lines a whole world of feeling is expressed, and as George rightly says why write a book when the reader can fill in the rest of the pages. Here, brevity is the soul of itself.

John
Reviewed by JMS Bell 7/24/2010
HOW LOVELY! AND HOW OFTEN ONE SMILES TO KEEP FROM CRYING...SAD BUT TRUE. THANKS FOR SHARING THIS STRONG WORK. LOVE AND BLESSINGS,
JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/24/2010
Powerful little number: just because a person smiles on the outside doesn't mean that he or she is happy. Know that all too well. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/24/2010
unless you looked close
you would think she was happy
she hides pain so well
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 7/24/2010
Wonderful ~
And yes, I have felt myself there, and your poem is as if I were looking at my mother now at the end of her life's tale ~ and I felt this smile as I walked as a bride, and sometimes I recite it in my sleep.
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 7/24/2010
Oh, I do know this smile..I have it sometimes..A beautiful poem, Chris, one worthy of reading more than once...

Nice to see you writing again.
Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 7/24/2010
I see the pain in everyone. You cannot dislodge pain. This piece was short and sweet.


GOD BLESS YOU
TONY
Reviewed by George Carroll 7/24/2010
Why write a book when you can convey it in few words and let the reader fill the rest of the pages within his mind. Excellent!
Reviewed by Jon Willey 7/24/2010
A full characterization in the brevity of a few words. Simplicity is the greatest art form. May love, joy and peace reside with you always my dear friend. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Paul Berube 7/24/2010
Felt it too. Well done.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 7/24/2010
Adorable write, Christine! I love this!!! It never ceases to amaze me how much can be said with so very few words. Well done!

Anna
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/24/2010
Chrissie, this says so much with so few words...each word seems to hit like a blow to the heart. To see such a sadness covered by a false smile in someone you love is tragic. To know their pain or even that they are in such pain and not knowing why or what you can do is so difficult to accept. Sad but excellant poem as always when you write...it comes out honestly and openly...
hugs
fee
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