All I Want Is Your Smile
Poem By gregory collins
All i want is your smile from the sail's cheek;
and that teardropp one hears in every hello,
wavers in the mirror love proves useless.
But we kiss and marry and set off for eternity,
and i repeat lamely, anything could happen.
Even a stream of tears can conquer the sea.
Where fish swim beyond the balcony of waves,
and i thought i lost my own shadow:
But that sonnet consists of two quatrains
and two tercets lost in thought.
Like i am not an angel nor am i easy to hold,
but if i steal your soul i will at least bring back gold.
If i am pulled under by sharks to swim to safety,
at least the view will keep changing safely.