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Teddy temple


Always Smile


It totally costs nothing to smile
When you think of it you'll realise that it is worth
And a single smile can travel round the earth
It enriches those who receive it and its memory lasts forever

We sometimes smile to hide tears and sorrows
Even if it is not real, smile is nature's best antidote for trouble
When you smile, you enlighten the the hearts of your counterparts
The going with life may seem to be tough
But always smile because it is the greatest weapon in life

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 18, 2013

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