Iris Mista

(Bolsward)

The Sweetest Loveliness


The wonder of a spontaneously smile
it's been a long long while
That uncontrollable urge of the muscles of the face
an open heart of laughter to embrace

Not the giggling because of a joke
or even the mimicry when we stroke
The fake glimpse around the eyes
while the heart is full of lies

Not the smile we produce out of loss
a smile as seen by the gross
But the real pure thing
a smile not bounded by any string

A moment of the purest pleasure
little diamonds to treasure
Beyond the sun rays of light
clearer than crystal so bright

I wish it to each and all of you
for it will vaporize any woe
in a split moment of divine joy
the sweetest loveliness to enjoy

May 8,2013

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2014
Edited: Monday, April 07, 2014

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