Rosalie's expression normally said, you'll have to do better than that to get my attention
. That might have been what made her happiness so arresting when she displayed it, come to think of it.
And then he did
smile, and it was worth it. That sense of security she got when he gave her an almost identical smile after saving her from enemy yakuza, or reassurance that he didn't regret being involved with her.... It was that
smile, so everything was okay after all.
"You have no idea what that dazzling smile of yours does to my insides..."
, in that instant, but still gives him that look. That look of utmost respect, and that happy, trusting smile that could melt anyone down to acid. Luna is Luna, and she always seems to be in love when she gives that smile.
gave him a rare sheepish, simply pure smile then, making Shinji sit petrified at her beauty. God, thought the boy as he admired her, that's just
Her smile, it was devoid of any pain, any remorse or disgust
, it was the purest smile he had ever seen. Simply breathtaking.
She gave me her most beautiful smile, before reverting to her arrogant self. If I had not been seated on my bed, I might have fallen on the floor. For that brief moment, she had really been the most gorgeous person I had ever seen.
Then, to his considerable surprise, she smiled at him, something she hadn't done since before the last Angel battle. Shinji felt his heartbeat accelerating as he looked at her.
"I will never forget that smile you gave me when you said 'I do' in front of the priest. And it may take my entire life to repay you for that smile, but I'll do it."
Asuka. He imagined her standing at the end of a long polished corridor. She was in her HERZ uniform with her usual eye patch and arm harness. She held Akiko in her arms and smiled at him. It was a smile that could break his heart.
Once they were almost alone on the bus, Asuka felt safe to talk to him, and rested her head on her arms on the back of Shinji's seat. Shinji was staring out the window, a faintly sad look on his face. She poked him in the back of the head. "Why the glum look, Shinji?"
Shinji blinked and snapped out of his distracted fugue. "Uh? Oh, it's nothing."
She poked him again. "Bullshit. Talk, Third. I like it when you smile too."
He accepts it without thinking twice, ignoring the blood. I'm not sure, but I think I manage to smile as well, because he suddenly smiles back as he grips my hand with both of his.
I would have moved the universe to see that smile.
Then Asuka's lips curled up, an almost-smile. It was the most beautiful expression Shinji had seen on her face since before she took Keiko into combat.
He never managed to say to her face that it was all worth it to see that wisp of a smile and hear her calling him baka again in that softer voice.
If Asuka had fought that day in her usual manner, he might have been able to persuade her. But he hadn't stood a chance against the still tired yet serene smile that she had worn the whole time, so he eventually had given in when she softly asked him to just drive extra carefully.
turned and smiled at him. Her smile, he thought, had power enough to illuminate the darkness between Earth and Aldebaran.
That luminous smile returned, lending, just for a moment, a breathtaking beauty to her face. For the Doctor, smiles such as that were worth all the pain in the universe.
Jean Grey studied the framed picture she was holding. She'd managed to capture one of Scott's rare unguarded smiles in the photograph. No one else had ever seen this particular picture of Scott. She'd made sure of that. This was her picture, and it made her heart skip a beat every time she saw it. Scott had been sending that smile to her and only her that afternoon in the park. That's the reason no other human being would ever see this picture. This was her Scott and no one else's.
For the first time since she began talking, she smiles. A moment later a giggle slips out of her mouth. She looks
unburdened. She looks like she was in chains and is at long last finally free.
And she is overwhelmingly beautiful.
Vince grinned, and for a second, he didn't look at all nondescript
. He had the kind of smile that could change the climate of a room.
But his smile when he turned it on you was quite remarkable. It seemed to be composed of all the worst things that life can do to you, but which, when he briefly reassembled them in that particular order on his face, made you suddenly feel, "Oh. Well that's all right then."
Sita smiled her warm white smile that had never an equal then in all the worlds, nor ever shall.
He had one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it, that you may come across four or five times in life. It faced, or seemed to face, the whole external world for an instant and then concentrated on you with an irresistible prejudice in your favor. It understood you just as far as you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself.
It wasn't a beautiful face. But it was a nice face. It wasn't a face that could launch a thousand ships. Maybe two ships and a small yacht. That was, until she smiled. When she smiled, her eyes lit up like a pinball machine when you win a bonus game. And she smiled a lot.
Loor wasn't the smiley type. But when she did, it made my heart melt.
A small, astonished smile creased her mouth. The smile transformed her face into an affliction of beauty that Gideon had heretofore managed to ignore.
Shelby was one of those people who looked miserable, almost funereal, when she wasn't smiling. When she did, it seemed like she could outshine the sun. I was so happy when you smiled Your smile breaks through the clouds of grey Far from the sunny days that lie in sleep I'm in he-eaven I'm in he-eaven I'm in he-eaven When you smile. I'm standing here I really don't think you could know That I'm in heaven when you smile It's like I never had to See it in your eyes, or feel it; I could tell, when you smile When you shine You know you take A massive part out of me And when you smile You know you blind me To all the horrors I see You make me smile like the sun Fall out of bed, sing like bird Dizzy in my head, spin like a record Crazy on a Sunday night You make me dance like a fool Forget how to breathe Shine like gold, buzz like a bee Just the thought of you can drive me wild Oh, you make me smile
— Uncle Kracker, "Smile"
Feel like I'm in heaven when you're with me
Know that I'm in heaven when you smile
, "Little Trip To Heaven (On The Wings Of Your Love)"
Here in town you can tell he's been down for a while
, But, my God, it's so beautiful when the boy smiles
, Wanna hold him. Maybe I'll just sing about it.
— "Breathe", Anna Nalick
Whenever I see your smiling face
I have to smile myself
Because I love you (Yes, I do)
And when you give me that pretty little pout
It turns me inside out
There's something about you, baby (I don't know)
And when she smiles she makes the sun shine And fills the day with mornin' dew Happiness runs in the family She's a girl from the good earth and the high tree forest And she's just about the happiest girl I ever knew
— Matthews' Southern Comfort, "And When She Smiles (She Makes The Sun Shine)"
I was born to make you happy,
I think it's just my style.
Everywhere I go, I'll tell everyone I know,
I love to see you smile.
When you smile, we can see the sun