A Fool To One?

Poem By Candice Renae Williams

A smile is upon my face,
a smile that only you can take.
It is there for the world to see,
stretched wide and fully awake.
I feel happiness,
tingling through my veins.
It is there for me to see,
diluted tide and without pains.
I am alive, Can't you see!
I am smiling, it is only me.
Take it away and you’ll see
I am alive, Can't you see?

Comments about A Fool To One?

Aww... This one. I am the fool trying to fool herself that she is fooling others. basically, LOL This one was more or less left alone because of the way it sounded in my head. So optimistaclly pitful!

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