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There is simple magic in making a woman smile....
It’s all I do to push myself
to pull my thoughts from my minds shelf
to reach out for the journey’s mile
to receive that flash of a woman’s smile
I press my effort to think real deep
when she is pouting or in a weep
I interrupt her destructive style
to pry that moment of a woman's smile
she often sees that things are dark
she waits for moments of changing spark
her mind is swathed with darkness piled
it’s me that draws this woman’s smile
she sometimes never thinks of me
her fears of life like branches freed
my energy turns up the dial
and breaks her tears into a woman’s smile.
but when she smiles she digresses
to thoughts of frowns and vile lessons
I catch her eyes my brows are dialed
she radiates that woman’s smile.
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|Reviewed by Karen McKeever
|The edges of my mouth turn upward as I read the first verse...by the fifth a broad smile appeared, you gotta love the men that strive to make a woman smile! Well written and well read, thank you, Michael, for sharing this delightful ditty.
Love and Dreams,
|Reviewed by Mary Elshaday
|A smile is what i have as i read your lovely poem. Simply wonderful.Mary|
|Reviewed by Amira van Kerk
|I also couldn't resist you.
See me smiling???
|Reviewed by Jane Rodway
|I loved the way you rhymed this so well, so unforced- and it is great to have that man that makes you smile- mine seems to so easily, and it is one of the beauties of life that is so underestimated. Well-done.|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Ah yes Mike, is not a great thing when we make them smile, as a frown or anger is not something I like to see either...I am back on AD for now, not sure how or why I couldn't get logged in, but you are stuck with me again...A beautiful piece of work, Mike...
Peace thru Words, Ed & Rufuz
|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|A wonderful piece. And yes, it made me smile. Thank you.|
|Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader)
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
|A joy to read, this is just lovely.|
Michael Charles Messineo