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Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

Don't Give Up On Your Smile


You ware that smile! ! ! like you were the creator of the sun, that made flowers bloom in the spring time! ! ! ! . You ware that smile even in the mist of what you  were going thur may have touched   you in away  that it was designed to break you down time, and time again! ! ! ! It had the power to  suck the life right out of your mouth, but you mask it up so beautifully! with your...................SMILE

 Don't give up on your smile! ! ! ! ! !

You ware that smile! ! ! like you were the creator of the sun, that made flowers bloom in the spring time! ! ! ! . You ware that smile even in the mist of what you  were going thur may have touched   you in away  that it was designed to break you down time, and time again! ! ! ! It had the power to  suck the life right out of your mouth, but you mask it up so beautifully! with your...................SMILE

 

Submitted: Friday, June 28, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 28, 2013
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