Appearance - Poem by Willis Martyn
We place much
what it conceals.
Does a beautiful face
in equal measure
And those with beautiful hearts,
encased within life's
less than idyllic form.
To know them,
is true to say,
a gift without cheap wrapping!
A no lesser
By appearance and a shallow wanting
we so easily,
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