Irving Kaufman, M.D.
Beauty - Poem by Irving Kaufman, M.D.
Beauty is ubiquitous but paradoxical
Often it is quite quixotical.
Consider the case of the toad
Who in reality is a prince.
Is his a more difficult road
Than the prince who is really a toad?
Tragedy resides in their lack of success
Neither could win the favor of the princess!
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