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Crooked smile. {poetry}

 

James Dean Smile

By Jessica Bundy.

I am terrible
with my heart.
If you asked me to wait
a thousand years,
I would ask,
“When should I start?”
Oh, but there would be such magic
in the years rolling out;
little hills of solitude.
I could leap from one to the next,
each day forward,
joyfully content,
knowing somewhere you
were also waiting.

How does the heart
pound out such thoughts
in the midst of all
we have forgotten?
How do you still stand tall,
my tree, while I make love
to the wind,
and blow away so easily?
With the absolute clarity of mist,
I watch you stumble,
I watch you live,
from some place above the moon;
the crooked smile of love
to get you through.

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JessicaBundyJessica Bundy is a folk singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada. When she is not writing and performing songs, she can be found engaging in various other creative pursuits. Sharing her writing and affecting people, both through music and through the written word, has become a deeply cherished part of Jessica’s life. You could contact Jessica via emailFacebook or her website.

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