Suddenly a Smile

Suddenly a smile, stitched together by songbirds and easy-moving streams. A soothing music of muses entangled in a soft white-noise of joy; sweet showerings of tranquility whose native language is rain. Suddenly a smile, a soulvolutionary war in devolutionary times. An uprising of alive where weapons abandon inner and outer battlefields. Wounds scatter in winds. Bruises heal their battered blue. Contentment asks, “Do you remember where you came from, or where you’re going?” It asks, “Is that scar on your arm a birthmark, or a wound you suffered along the way?”

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