Dont Look Ethel
Don’t Look Ethel,
They’re Flashing Us
Written: by Tom Wright
A smile often hides a heart that’s breaking,
It’s as soothing balm when a heart is aching;
A smile often causes another’s heart to race,
Pouring a little joy onto their unsmiling face;
It’s always difficult to experience pain & sadness,
When all around, other’s, are displaying gladness.
A smile can be a cold drink on a sweltering day,
That we’ve freely given, while expecting no pay.
In short, it becomes effortless to not bottle up fear,
When those around us grinning from ear to ear;
Copyright © Tom Wright | Year Posted 2019
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