Jeff Rushton


Sore eyes


Appearance is oblivious to the blind.
Rhetoric is diminutive to the deaf.
Actions are absent from the inoperative.
Yet...
The blind can still be beautiful,
The deaf can be eloquent and
The inoperative can be independent.
Appearance is NOT everything...
Our Everything is our appearance.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 02, 2008
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