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She Smiles Though She is Dying Inside (poem)

Updated on January 21, 2014

Resilient Beauty (A poem)

I´ve spoken before of a resilient beauty,

A woman,

Who won´t let life´s problems destroy her,

She smiles while she´s dying inside.

Her picturesque stature brings second glances,

She lights up a room as she enters,

And forces such laughter that rings out oér others,

Filling the room with her joy.

Yet, I know the truth of her ´natural laughter´´,

She´s smiling while dying inside.

Her love knows no boundaries, giving to all,

A gentle,empathetic nature.

No-one must know the truth of her heart,

No-one must guess how her soul´s torn apart,

She´s smiling, while dying inside.

.............................................................

Life is a fairground of thrills and excitements,

With disappointments along with the rides.

This beautiful woman lives life to the full,

But she´s smiling while dying inside.

Oh! Beautiful woman, so kind and so generous,

You´re allowed to be human , you know.

You don´t have to always keep the ´stiff upper lip´

Brave face,.. best foot forward,...let´s go....

Emotional death need not be final.

A reurrection of joy can be found.

A soul and a heart can learn to recover.....

Let someone in...let someone know you...

Don´t waste your life pretending for others,

You have wings. You can soar.... You can glide....

You´ll do it, for sure, though I know for the moment,

You´re smiling, while dying inside.

 

reilient beauty

calm, resilent beauty
calm, resilent beauty

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    Dim Flaxenwick 3 years ago from Great Britain

    Sorry to make you cry, but thank you for the compliment.

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    guest11 3 years ago

    This made me cry but beautiful written

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    Dim Flaxenwick 6 years ago from Great Britain

    glad you enjoyed it. Take care. x

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    Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

    Beautiful poem, I enjoyed reading it.

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Namaste.

    Thank you. That was exactly the point.

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    Deborah Demander 7 years ago from First Wyoming, then THE WORLD

    I love the sentiment in this poem. It is sometimes easier to smile outside, than to let anyone too close. Thanks for writing this.

    Namaste.

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Really??? Can you sing?

    I´d love to write a song,

    but methinks you are ´having me on?´´

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    Jess Killmenow 7 years ago from Nowheresville, Eastern United States

    This poem would make great song lyrics, Dim!

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Thank you very much for your encouraging comment.

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    Freya Cesare 7 years ago from Borneo Island, Indonesia

    It seem many women really smart in doing this, to keep her feeling inside and give the world her smile even it is not what inside her heart. So sad. Beautiful poem, Dim. Rate it up! :)

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Hey !!! DoorMattnomore....... What a lovely welcome back. Thank you. x

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    DoorMattnomore 7 years ago

    YAYYYYYYY!!!!!! Your back, Im so happy to see you. and Im sorry it is with sadness for a loved one. I hope she gets to read this and knows its ok to cry sometimes.

    Beautifull writing as always. :)

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Thanks for stopping by, receptionist.!

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    receptionist 7 years ago

    Nice Hub!

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Thanks Micky. Always cheers me when you stop cycling for a moment to read and comment on my page. Take care x

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    Micky Dee 7 years ago

    Yo Dim! It is so pretty. It transcends a few existences! And- she's bearing up and giving a great performance! Beautiful! You sure have a gift my Dear!

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Hi! baygrtthing..... Don´t think I´ve ever been described as ´wise´before. I like it, since I normally see myself as a complete nutcase. Thank you very much. Take care.x

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Hi Tantrum. I´m honoured that you loved it.!!!

    Cheers! x

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    bayareagreatthing 7 years ago from Bay Area California

    Beautiful and wise all at the same time. I love your poetry Dim.

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    tantrum 7 years ago from Tropic of Capricorn

    This is so trues of so many people ! Loved it ! Cheers ! :)

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Hello there singlmomat52.!!!!

    Glad to be back. Also great to know that you are now flying. Lovely to hear from you. Take care. x

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Thank you so much, Surabhi,. I´m happy that you enjoyed it.

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    singlmomat52 7 years ago

    Oh Dim, how very beautiful. That descibed me 1 year ago. I am flying now and it is wonderful!!! Thank you for this awesome poem. You are Tops!!!

    Welcome back!!! : ) xxx

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    Surabhi Kaura 7 years ago

    Dim,

    "She smiles though she's dying inside", what a sentence! yes.. very heart touching. It is absolutely veritable, when a deep sorrow exists in a person, that person involuntarily smiles while feeling the pain inside. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed reading it.

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Thank you, Patty. Take care

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    Patty Inglish 7 years ago from North America

    I've enjoyed this poem and am glad you posted it.

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    Dim Flaxenwick 7 years ago from Great Britain

    Good to hear from you Shalini. Thanks for the comment.

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    Shalini Kagal 7 years ago from India

    Hi Dim - that's so sad and sweet. Not too many people smile when something awful is happening to them but the ones who do - sometimes we tend to forget that they need a shoulder too. Thank you for reminding us that we need to look beyond the smile.

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