The Windows To My Soul
Seductive but innocent
Much curiosity springs
as do a kitten.
Two that can only see good,
God has blessed me to see the
world as I should.
But if the world were to
look at me,
they would not see I as
cute or pretty.
Only through the Windows of
the World would percieve me
as truley beautiful.
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