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Unscarred Beauty


Fragments of unscarred beauty,
Lies within every person,
Every being and everything.
Whether its talent for art,
Music, writing or sports.
Don't forget talents such as,
Relating, accepting and understanding,
Every word to decribe personalities,
Is someone's talent.
We all have a little of everything,
It's how we may or may not,
Interpret what we have,
That defines who we are as a person,
And if we interpret what we have,
Long enough,
We just might find one or two,
Fragments of unscarred beauty,
And share it with the world,
And hope that we are fulfilling ourselves.
Which brings to question,
Something everyone's thought of,
Where did these fragments unscarred beauty come from?
Parents, grandparents, God, higher being, angels and stars,
Have been only some answers,
To this question I ask almost everyday.
All I know is,
Without these fragments,
I wouldn't be here now,
The world I know wouldn't be here now,
And I am grateful to be here now.

Submitted: Sunday, March 28, 2010

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