Beauty

Poem By Thomas Bates

beauty
is like standing
on crumbling land.
it comes sometimes in disguise
offering it's unanticipated surprise
when seen to disappear
like rain-showering
skies that have gone away despite our appearances never
ever
changing.

Comments about Beauty

it comes sometimes in disguise offering it's unanticipated surprise..... you have pictured the experience of beauty in a very fine way. thanky ou dear poet. tony
Great poem with profound metaphors and fortified emotions. Great spirit.
So it is isn't it :) Beautiful Thomas


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