Smile

I see you,
Feeling completely sad,
Overthinking about the day,
That went too bad;

I see you,
Snapping at your near and dear ones,
Breaking things around you,
Wreaking havoc all around;

I think you should stop,
Being so sad, so tearful, so morose;
Don’t have anger or remorse,
Towards the day that flew in the past;

I think you should leave, 
Your self-belittling thoughts for a while; 
I think you should,
Curve your lips into a smile;

Smiling is a treasure,
Which costs absolutely nothing,
The delight, the happiness it gives you,
Is way beyond measure;

So stop crying over what’s gone,
Keep negativity away from you for a long while,
Because, darling, you do look really lovely,
When you curve your lips into a bright, bright smile; 

***
not mine, but here's a free balloon for you all! :) 

On the eve of my eighteenth birthday, I've pledged to start taking genuine efforts to make people smile. There is too much depression and too much sadness around. I think everyone deserves to show their pearly/yellowy/chippy/no-matter-how-else-they-look whites once in a while! :) 

I know, I've been trying way to hard to be motivational. But this isn't just motivation, this is a small effort to make people happy! :D 

Stay awesome as ever, dear readers! 

Much love,

Archie <3  

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    1. Thanks a lot, Kathie!
      Stay awesome as ever,
      Much love,
      Archie <3

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  2. They say simply smiling can make you happier, whether you mean it or not. I love the fact that you're trying to make others smile, because maybe that will make you smile too. I think there's a reason why we all want to be funny - maybe it's human nature to make other people happy.

    -M
    The Life of Little Me

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  3. Thanks a lot, M! :))
    Stay awesome as ever,
    Much love,
    Archie <3

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