|Smile (standard:poetry, 88 words)|
|Author: Chris Craine||Added: Jul 19 2006||Views/Reads: 1769/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Let's put it this way, I wouldn't say Cheese.|
I want to be happy. I am thinking of you. A smile tries to wrap itself around my heart. Will I let it? I don't know. I could be happy. I am thinking of you. You are the key to my locked door. I wander aimlessly, searching, desperately searching. For reasons that just aren't there. A joke, a sheepish grin. My spirit wants to smile. To let it is to watch myself, bleed to death slowly. I don't want to be happy. It's a curse I don't deserve. Tweet
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