Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Broadly Speaking

I’m putting on 
my friendly hat
Made of remnants 
from my welcome mat
A tit-fer-tat of bristling pile
To guarantee
 my day-long smile
I wear with it 
a blissful grin
To underscore the mood I’m in
When stepping out 
I skip and wiggle
Ignoring scary stares 
I giggle

Smiles sometimes
 quite hard to find
So I’ll pass some round
if you don’t mind
My cheerful view
 invites a few
My favourite ones 

received from you

So put away that mopey coat
All aboard my laughing boat
One hundred muscles 
make a frown
Just one or two

To wear the merry gown

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