Treasure Island

Jasmine Moreth

(3/11/94 / westerville, ohio)

Hidden


Hidden inside something so ugly
Inside something so horrid
And dull
And uneasy to the eye
That is usually what you see and he and she
But not me
I see something that’s gorgeous
Hidden inside something that is waiting to burst with excitement
And a new face
We always judge on the outside appearance
On what doesn’t count
Or for all the wrong reasons
But we never see who or what will be coming
So be accepting no matter what
Even if it is ugly, horrid or even uneasy to the eye
Because you never know something so hidden until…
You look

Submitted: Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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