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Poetry interlude with David Smith

David is a regular contributor to Wellington Access Radio 106.1 Hutt Zone reading poetry.

For our enforced confinement due to Covid-19 and New Zealand being on Alert level 4 lock down, David has kindly send some fun poems for everyone to read. These will be alternated during the weeks but all five are available to download below.

A smile has the power to by David Smith

If your smile is not a smirk,
It is something you can put to work,
Even on those who shirk.

If your smile is genuine,
In no way canine,
The result will be fine.

If your smile is not crooked,
Others will become hooked,
And a positive outcome booked.

If your smile comes from peace of mind,
It will be taken as kind,
And you won’t be fined.

If your smile is given freely,
It will not seem silly,
Even to the tipsy.

If your smile is given as a gift,
It is sure to give others a lift,
Though their mind may be adrift.

Download all the poems as Word documents here:
Lessons from the sandpit
My computer has the Hiccups
Six down six to go
The case of the second jacket
A smile has the power to

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