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Sep 2017
Smile as Her Veil

She does simply smile
A smile that lets one walk for a mile
She does simply smile
A smile that is so cute and fine
Her smile looks so real
That makes a person to accept her deal
The ends of her lips stretch to its length
That does deliver her strength
Her lips marks her presence
None knows the hidden essence
Her eyes contained strains
Her heart accumulated with worries
Her brain filled with stress
Is nevertheless revealed in her smile.

Her smile is her friendly veil
Which supports her routine sail
Sailing with a smile facing tides.
Behind her smile the melancholy hides
Like a curtain
Just waving with folds and shrinks
Wonder what melancholy her smile withholds
For, her real smile to uphold.

   - Sasevardhni.
Written by
Sasevardhni  25/F/Singapore
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