A smile is a butterfly just taking a break on a soldier’s helmet.
A smile is an ember emerging out from snow.
A smile is a children’s clothesline hung between two ears.
A smile is an angel’s photo in frames of wooden faces.
A smile is a merciful bullet in the corpse of cruelty.
A smile is plowing furrows in faces and planting two dimples.
A smile is a flock of white pigeons flying between two red crescents.
A smile is an unwritten, unspoken pardon.
A smile is a wolf giving up his tusks.
A smile is the travel of a roaming poet from window to window.
A smile is a love poem without rhyme.
A smile is the lips’ swing, hanging from a snow tree.
A smile is the sweet sleep of a lamb in Isaiah’s(1) bed.
A smile is the scattering of a heart into air.
A smile is a prophecy that can bear neither clergymen nor interpretations.
A smile is the two banks of a milky river.
A smile is daisy flower over a salt rock.
A smile is the fall of a heart upwards.
A smile is the carving of commandments on the soul terrain.
A smile is breaking darkness by a firefly chisel.
A smile is a lot of talk without talking.
A smile is the split of the sea over oysters.
A smile is a treasure invested to loosen crossed brows.
A smile is a silent music inscribed on white stones.
A smile is the secret door between two hearts.
A smile is God’s face on clay.
A smile is the victory of the jailed over the jailer.
A smile is the unrestrained painting in mummies shows.
A smile is the neigh of an almond tree among stony galaxies.
A smile is colored pencils on the charcoal streets.
A smile is the re-drawing of the maps of faces.
A smile without teeth is Christ’s loaf of bread.
A smile is the only candle at eyes caves.
A smile is heart’s windows looking at inner orchards.
A smile is a cease-fire without negotiations.
A morning smile is the joy of the rest of day.
A smile is a cluster of cherries over trees of hell.
A smile is a robe of roses over sand of deserts.
A smile is the shadow of a dove over a burning nest.
A smile is a flowering bough flying over the Flood.
A smile is an embrace of Spartacus(2) and Rome’s lion.
A smile is life’s mask in the kingdom of death.
A smile is the withdrawal of cheeks, so that a bride could pass through.
A smile is a comprehensive religion, without books.
A smile is a decorated bridle, haltering the jaws of the beast residing in us.
A politician’s smile is a cloak and dagger.
A bird’s smile is throbs of its wings.
An elephant’s smile is his ears making airscrews.
A cat’s smile is a Parisian kiss.
A dog’s kiss is the dance of a tale.
A dolphin’s smile is a jump to the sky.
A lion’s smile is the bow of his lofty forehead.
A poor man’s smile is a loaf of bread.
A smile in the UN quarters is a piece of dress.
A smile is a red berry over Eve’s nudity.
A smile is a tortoise beating a rabbit.
A smile is a little break on the circumference of a circle.
A smile is an open date and a postponed kiss.
A smile is a short holiday between two worries.
A smile is a silent echo of the unseen cry of joy.
A smile is a short flicker which lasts forever.
A smile is the only commodity not to be found in Hell.
When a smile becomes yellow, eyes wither.
A smile is an electric current without cables.
A hostess’ smile is a buckle of the lips.
A thief’s smile is a hole in the wall.
A murderer’s smile is fate’s irony.
A merchant’s smile is an expensive ticket.
A willow’s smile is a stab into a tear’s flank.
A smile at sunset is the preparation of a beautiful dream.
A smile before a match is a nail tightening morale.
A smile at a funeral is another death.
A smile is the victory over a hard rock by a drop of water.
A smile is Don Quixote’s horse at city of giants.
A smile is a colorful speech in universal language.
A smile at the moment of dying is a conciliation with the past.
A smile is pomegranate flower on time’s bomb.
A smile is a pendulum dancing in the clock of heart beats.
A smile is paradise’s lost apple and the key of the gate back.
A smile at jeopardy is improvising out of the text.
A smile in a bank is foreign currency.
A vague smile is writing on water.
A smile is the opening of a wound, so to heal other wounds.
A smile is a warm hug, without touch.
Here, every morning I leave my smile in my mirror and walk out.
1. Isaiah is a biblical prophet, believed to be vegetarian and calling for non-violence, where he hopes for a time when a lamb rests in the lap of the lion.
2. Spartacus, a gladiator, the leader of a slave rebellion against Rome’s oligarchy. It’s been told that he plucked a thorn up from a lion’s hand, then when he was supposed to be attacked by a lion during a show game, but fortunately it was the same lion, which licked Spartacus as a sign of friendship and gratitude.