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Sarah Mariah


Dissection


So much beauty that I had not considered before in this appealing world
Dissecting the images one by one
Pulling apart the beholder's eye
I discover:
There is beauty in a pretty smile and kind eyes
There is beauty in a lover's affection and a mother's adoration
There is beauty in the early sunrise and in a new day
There is beauty in a fluttering butterfly and a fuzzy bumble bee
There is beauty in a pianist's artful hands and a grandmother's disfigured knuckles
There is beauty in a fluffy snowflake on your nose and a watery raindropp in your hair
There is beauty in a small river and in the boundless sea
There is beauty in a priceless masterpiece and a mud pie
There is beauty in the triumph of a victory and the sorrow of a loss
There is beauty in a graceful ballerina and a crippled old man
There is beauty in my heart and beauty in yours'
If you open your eyes to see it.

Submitted: Friday, July 01, 2011

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