In Any Language

adashofsunny Prompt Nights – We tend to smile in the exact same language – Sanaa Rizva

I don’t understand the words you say
and you can’t understand mine
it is so vexing to be in the dark
no light of comprehension, no sign
no pointing or gestures clear the way
for us plainly a way to convey…
then as I turn to go, a little bit dismayed
you smile at me so sweet, so shy
I give you a smile right back
and we hug a friendly goodbye.

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  1. Oh this is soo very tender and heartfelt ❤💜 I believe that a smile is something which is perhaps the shortest distance between two people. Love your take on this prompt Debi 😀 Beautifully penned. Thank you so much for participating at Prompt Nights and for your constant love and support ❤💜

    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  2. Sometimes feelings don’t have quite the right word and yet here..in searching for it…you describe it perfectly

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  3. Beautiful story so well told

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  4. No words are needed just a glance of the eyes and a sweet smile and all is right in the world. Beautifully written Debi.

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  5. A smile can say a lot, truly. Enjoyed this
    Thanks for dropping in to read mine Debi
    much love…

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  6. smile, that interprets itself…love that video…

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  7. georginamorley

    Fabulous description of a subtle moment in time 😀 XXX

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  8. Love the complex moment you’ve capture, in such a simple way. I think I can even see the dimples of their grin. 🙂

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  9. Khaya Ronkainen

    A smile in any language, indeed. You’ve captured this moment so well.

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