Deep inside an ordinary something makes you smile and grin

Tickling hidden parts generating some kind of whim

Thoughts intersecting from disparate places

Disjointed connections touching cords sent by graces


Sometimes coming from a clear realization

Wry smiles reflecting a kind of elation

Taken as a friendly greeting you are welcome here

Putting others at ease a wide opening ear to ear


Smiles mirror feelings locked somewhere inside

Dispensed by a keeper doling out warmth with pride

Creating connection when others return

Immediate bonding is what you earn


Smiles reflect warmth from the hearte

Your body generating a beginning a start

As we grow older closer to our core

We feel more of god and we want more


Sweet smiles come quickly and say it’s OK

Representing much our words cannot convey

Time to get generous with your sweet smiles

Taking you across chasms for miles upon miles


Smiling takes you where mind cannot go

Smiling connects so you’re not alone

Smiling showers others with nectar from above

Smiles sacred gifts of gods purest love


What usually happens when you smile at someone?

Who have you smiled at today? Did they smile back?

How did that instant connection make you feel?

Have you ever thought about allowing and enabling more smiling in your life?

What get’s in the way?

– Stewart Levine ©

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