Treasure Island

Emmy Nielsen Reyes de Gaspar


Reflections


There is so much beauty in life,
Beauty in the human soul,
Beauty in the heart and in the mind
Of the good man and woman.
There is beauty in nature,
Beauty in the sky and in the clouds,
In the mountains and in the sea.
There is beauty in the creative work of man,
Beauty in true friendship.
And immeasurable beauty in love.
All God's blessings
To delight us in this world.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Jocelyn Dunbar (6/18/2006 5:12:00 AM)

    Beauty of the beholder that goes along way to the heart of the human being, to savor every opportunity to see the things and enjoy life every day. Thank you, very well said. (Report) Reply

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