Joshua Winfield

Rookie (04-14-1990 / Long Beach Memorial Hospital)

Beauty Is Fleeting - Poem by Joshua Winfield

Men why run after her beauty
For when she old what good will she bring
With beauty here today and gone
Tomorrow there’s no anchor
Beauty doesn't hold it grabs so why lust
It brings no fortune but a woman who love God
Bring a man wealth not the one the bank stores
But the wealth that comes from the God
For what can Beauty do for me besides inflict her pain on me
She is hurt in her own insecurity’s
But a women who fears the lord build her security in him
So my brother take this to heart and don't
Let her beauty tear you apart


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 27, 2011


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