I wake up,
stretch like a lazy cat in my bed,
and welcome my day with a smile for no reason.
I brush my teeth,
checkout myself in the mirror,
and flatter myself with a smile for no reason.
I read the newspaper,
say thanks to mom for the bowl of cereal.
She ruffles my hair with a smile for no reason.
I reach my office,
open the door to Mrs. frosty.
Though she looks obliged but she smiles for no reason.
He croons hello,
Mr Hotiie, the Analyst.
I laugh out loud and keep a daylong smile for no reason.
I pitch my work
to my boss in an hour.
He trashes it all with an empathetic smile and a reason.
I leave from work.
The kid in the next car
makes my day with an innocent smile for no reason.
I meet my friends
at a place not far.
We share a drink and reasons to smile for no reason.
I head home tired,
have food with my family.
My brother winks and gives his knowing smile for no reason.
Then I crawl to my bed,
crash and drift to sleep,
And what remains in my dreams is a smile for no reason.
I am doing a 30 Days series of Poems on ‘Humanity’.. This is my poem for Day 8 (Will soon post the poems for the days missed)
I am trying to be part of NaPoWriMo. This poem skips the day’s prompt, but I hope you all enjoy it.