Maybe you can laugh into an envelope,
And then seal it and mail it to me?
When I will open it your laughter will fill my room
And make me less sad.
I wonder how your laughter sounds like…
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20 thoughts on “Laughter In An Envelope”
So simple, yet so … I don’t know the word. But it sure made want to hear the laughter … Thank you! Again! 🙂
The picture makes me imagine how the laughter is like… 🙂
I wonder that, too, sweet hatted boy. Would you laugh for me? To hear you laugh would make me less sad, too. We could be balms for one another.
Each time you say something Jessica I blush.
And I miss you though I’ve never even met you.
I’m currently in the market for a beautiful umbrella. 😉
In my mind, you laugh like the mad hatter 😉
I hope you don’t miss you wisdom teeth. 🙂
If only laughter could be contained in an envelope or jar so we could send it to those in need. A wonderful idea and poem….
A grand idea, another reason for snail mail.
I suppose you could record it and send it by email but that would hardly be as romantic
I placed a ha inside your envelope
and it flew out
I grabbed another laugh
and sternly lectured it to stay inside
and it laughed at me
which made me laugh
so I grabbed a few of those laughs and put them inside, too
but they stuck their tongues out at me,
so I cut off their tongues
but then their faces were filled with spite
and no longer joyful
so I cried into the envelope
and the envelope told me not to cry
that all would be well
and placed one ha inside itself
to send to you and then sealed
with a kiss.
Are you a boy or a girl? 🙂
what is your preference? 😉
I loved the idea of this.
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Simple, short & crisp!
I need a good laugh these days! Thank you for the lovely poem! Its simple and sweet 🙂
Seal your laughter, dear friend,
Your sweet, sweet laughter
In a frosted envelope:
Send it to me after.
When it reaches me,
Maybe your laughter will soothe
My empty, tired soul
And make my heart less crude.
But what if, when your laughter fills
My room with melody–
I feel that you are not laughing
For me, but at me?
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