Smile- the facet curve


Pain and sorrow, 
Grief and glumness, 
Solitude and ignorance,
Concealed by smile. 
The smile. 
Ah the infectious beautiful smile. 

Embellishing the grief, 
Pushing it in the deep sea, 
of expressions and heart, 
Leaving the facet curve
The smile 
Ah the monalisa's beautiful smile. 

Wailing tear-drops of Mermaid, 
Precious pearls in the sea, 
as said in the legend. 
Agony in sea, jewellery on the land,
Just like smile. 
Ah the Mermaid's tear-drops and the smile. 

The ocean of tears and pain, 
squally of torment, 
Burrying deep in the heart
Accessorizing the lips every morning with smile. 
The smile. 
Ah the smile, the courage to survive. 

Sole owner of pain and sorrow
are tears and my heart 
hidden in the mesmerizing cloud of
the smile
Ah the smile, a gift to the world. 

Enchanting the magic,

Merry and dancing, 

Flying from my face, 

Touching your heart. 
Alluring the world
The smile
Ah the smile, the gorgeous sorcerer. 

---- Ankita 

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Cynthia Buell Thomas

Fri 3rd Nov 2017 20:36

The feeling carries through with sincerity. I really like 'facet curve'. If you are just starting, then you are right to 'let it flow', words just falling through your mind, almost like refreshing rain. Keep writing as much as you can.

Other conversations can take place much later, when the sheer thrill has been assuaged a bit. For now, just pour out everything, and anything, you want.

Oh, one small word of advice though. It's probably not too wise to put up more than a couple of pieces a week, if that, as the site is very busy. It is something I've definitely noticed over the years.

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Ankita Srivastava

Thu 2nd Nov 2017 05:48

Thanks Patrick ?

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Wed 1st Nov 2017 19:29

much to think about and feel here. a beautiful moment of words.

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Ankita Srivastava

Wed 25th Oct 2017 21:50

Thanks for the kind words ? @abhishek

Abhishek Shankar

Wed 25th Oct 2017 16:18

Awesome.. Usage of perfect and beautiful words according to the context. U have really made it delicious ❤

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