Smile me

Smile me

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson
"

for my Irish

"

Smile me ...

your
Irish
eyes
crystal
blue
light
up the
lines
in your
honest
face
open
to your
honest
heart
inside
your
Irish
smile.


© 2018 Lyn Anderson


Author's Note

Lyn Anderson
Sappy, this is true. I admit it.

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The eyes have a way of letting one know whats going on in the heart- just wonderfully written- 🌹

Posted 4 Months Ago


I loved this poem. the words danced to perfection. Thank you Lyn for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 4 Months Ago


Lyn Anderson

4 Months Ago

Oh yes, I do love this one. My Irish is a treasure.
Coyote Poetry

4 Months Ago

Irish eyes are shining, the song are being sang and the Irish whiskey bottles are a-many. The Irish .. read more
This reminded me of that song 'Ocean Eyes' by Billie Eilish. Some eyes and smiles say it all. ;)
Lovely piece.

Posted 11 Months Ago


Lyn Anderson

11 Months Ago

Thank you so much. It remains one of my all time favourites, because it always makes me smile.
Because of your well written words, I can picture him.....and I am taken in by his blue eyes and smile. So lovely. Lydi**

Posted 11 Months Ago


Lyn Anderson

11 Months Ago

Thank you so much for stopping by one of my favourite "not-poetry" one line poems ...
Although I'm English through and through, I understand precisely where you are coming from.. ya can't beat blue eyes and an honest face now can ya....... Neville

Posted 11 Months Ago


Neville Pettitt

11 Months Ago

I dont stand a chance, I do remember tho....
Lyn Anderson

11 Months Ago

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Neville Pettitt

11 Months Ago

You are one cool Cat................N
I have a hot Irishman- with those amazing blues.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Bacchus

3 Years Ago

Oh, I'm laughing out loud!
Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

oh thank God, some people seriously lack a sense of humour in this place.
Bacchus

3 Years Ago

I tried to capture the longest we were away from each other in my poem yellow- check it out. :)
I love the structure, like one words leads you to the other, almost like into another, like it all melts together to one lovely and splendid. And the combination with the smile makes me think of someone kind and beautiful. Thanks for the nice reminder. :)

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

You are welcome, and the subject most definitely is kind and beautiful.
Closed

3 Years Ago

Yes, it is :) Argh I forgot a word again. Stupid cell...: lovely and splendid piece, I meant to writ.. read more
i like that honest irish streak...and the eyes usually will give that away...

honest eyes, honesty heart...

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

A friend of mine saw a picture of him with me -- he said, "he smiles into his eyes, that's a good th.. read more
this blew me away - like a gentle breeze - like sunlight peeking through the clouds - rolling grass and blue mountains shadowing a kind, honest heart and that humble grin

steph

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Aww thank you. That is the effect I was going for.
highonwords

3 Years Ago

you're welcome, kl

steph
Wow. I like how you serenade us even in the green representation of the Irish. A wonderful take....:)))))

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Thank you for stopping in -- it's easy, since my muse is Irish.:)
Sami Khalil

3 Years Ago

Wow. You are welcome. ...:)())

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