Happy Smiles

Happy Smiles

A Poem by McEltic

~~~
In days to come
from others hearts
their thoughts and troubles tell
Conveyed to ear
from deepest parts
they reach
to dip their quill
There may
perchance
like deja vu
some recollection be
From ember smolder
deep in you
a thought
that speaks of me
~
When sunshine's healing folds
embrace
the tears
within your cries
Then soothes you
in its gentle grace ...
shares dreams
within your eyes
When happy smiles
escort your thoughts
twill set your spirit free
For just that instant
through time forgot
perhaps
you'll think of me
~~~

© 2020 McEltic


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Your poem is a graceful way to show how it can feel when someone really GETS us. It does bring a big happy smile to feel that connection, when someone says something so simple, so offhand, but it shows how much they really do pay attention to what's important. I love how you use "dip their quill" as a graceful way to hint at the usually clunky art of what is nowadays -- texting! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 5 Months Ago


What lovely sentiment in your well crafted poem. You've certainly put a smile on my face this morning. Have a wonderful weekend, and a big thank you for all the reads McEltic.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


McEltic

1 Year Ago

Thank you Christine for taking the time to read my scratches
Christine Anne Shaw

1 Year Ago

You are welcome :)
Wonderful ...a simple care or thought or shared word can make such a difference....🌹🌹

Posted 1 Year Ago


McEltic

1 Year Ago

You never know when a thought will grow or where it will lead
‘Thoughts In Time’🌹

1 Year Ago

Very true indeed....power of mind and tongue....life or death...🌹

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McEltic
McEltic

London, Canada



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