Dear Smiles

Dear smiles,

 

When I was young, you were constantly with me.

I radiated joy, so I was free.

 

I always was the child with smiles

Never brought down by life’s trials.

As time aged me I grew weary of all,

My inner turmoil bringing me downfall.

You became a constant facade,

An act worthy of applaud.  

 

Now I am true to what I always feel,

My face demonstrating the real deal of

Me.

 

Faithfully yours,

 

Katherine

 

This poem is about: 
Me

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