和平

Poem By Christopher Tye

As elusive as a fleeting smile,
As broad as the vagabond sea,
Deep in thought we ponder a while
On beauty and the things that we see. The paintings and pictures beautific
By masters fulfilling their goal,
The melodious movement of music
Add beauty and depth to the soul. The wonder and wisdom of nature,
Mer scenes majestic to view,
The peace and serenment and pleasure
Of seeing their contrast and hue, The song of a bird in the Springtime,
The sight of a deer at the brook:
There is beauty for all of us sometime
If we’d only remember to look.

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