The reason why I lie
Was to see your carefree smile.
So when you asked me if I’m okay,
The opposite of the truth was all I got to say.
I want you to laugh freely,
To always think that life is easy.
For easing your worry
Is my sole duty.
You don’t understand, do you?
This is not just about never being blue.
It’s about protecting your happiness ’til death,
The only thing that gives me strength.
A smile can mean many things. It could mean someone is happy, or it could mean they are trying to put themselves and others around them at ease. What I think a smile means? I think a smile means hope. A smile means it's going to be fine, it's going to be alright. All good heroes smile. Have you ever thought why they smile? They smile to tell people it's going to be fine. Once people see that, their hearts fill with hope, knowing they'll be fine. So, a smile to me means hope. Even if the odds are stacked against you, smile. Not to show anyone else, but to yourself, to tell yourself it'll be fine. Sometimes all the help we need can come from within. I'll end this with one of my favorite quotes: "So no matter how scary things get, give 'em a smile, as if to say, "I'm a-ok". The people in this world who can smile are always the strongest."
If you've been depressed for quite a while,
To boost your mood try flashing a smile.
A toothy grin,
From deep within,
Will make everything seem more worthwhile.
Likewise, if you've been burdened with work,
Or a certain person who's always a jerk.
It's best not to frown,
And keep yourself down,
Instead, by all means, unveil your smirk.
For me, I prefer to set my sights,
On showing the world my pearly whites.
Flashed rather broad,
My angelic facade,
Has gotten me out of quite a few fights.
#limerick #smile #poetry #poem #humor
Wait until you had one of your own..
Wait until you had one of your own,
I know you’ve been trying,
Move somthing here,
Pull something there,
Maybe it’s a diet thing,
Or a predisposition,
But it’s not cool to rub your nose,
Especially since it’s part of the problem.
Get some help,
Find the right moment,
And maybe, just maybe,
With god willing,
You’ll crack a smile.
It might be painful at first,
You may feel slight disorientation,
Just make sure you do it right,
Don't settle for a sneer or a grin,
And never confuse it with a winse,
But you'll see when you get it,
You're life will never be the same again.
Smile for Yourself.
I am not a photogenic person.
When others smile, they express joy.
When I smile, it looks more like a painful grimace.
My eyes narrow to slits as my twitching cheeks desperately try to string up the corners of my lips.
If I show my teeth, I feel as though I am at the dentist.
Fortunately, I don't have to worry about smiling for the camera.
Just for myself.
A smile to me
A smile is wondrous; If you put it to a beloved one, he feels secure and calm. If you make it to an enemy, he feels regret, and if not still, his anger and hate would get weaker. If you put it to someone you don’t know, it makes a better atmosphere and makes people feel more comfortable and open. Plus, it would be a simple and beautiful gift to him. If you put it to a kid, his face shines. If you put it to yourself, you become even more modest and prettier, and you look happier. I hope that you all keep that smile. Even if you don’t have its reason or you feel bad, don’t kill that smile for hope.
For me, a smile in happiness means joy, and I love seeing it. A smile in sadness means to me how much that person has a pure heart and how much hope he has. To me, a smile in hard times means power and perseverance. A light and random smile while talking means comfort and being friendly. A smile from my mom is priceless. A smile from my dad gives me satisfaction and makes me feel proud and happy. A smile from my friends means to me they are fine, but a sad smile from them means to me that they need my help. A smile from my significant one means energy, security, love, and care.
A bad smile, yeah, there are bad ones. They mean to me that it is a smile on the wrong face. It is a smile having a lot behind it. Sometimes it should be fixed, and sometimes it should be erased. Who knows, sometimes a lovely smile can erase it.