Coins, Mirrors, & Paintings - Poem by Nikki Hornsby
Some People are like shinny Coins
Their sides have two different faces;
The one face they show in public,
The other face shown only in private.
But like most two sided coins
they eventually pay for something.
There are some people like Mirrors.
Reflecting what they face in Life
and they come framed in all types of material.
But like so many kinds of mirrors
they can break or distort the reality they face.
Other people are like masterpiece Paintings
who's beauty belongs in the eye of the beholder.
The place in which it is viewed
can influence it's value to some,
but others find it's True Value
no matter where it hangs,
this is because they
know the Master Artist
is not Mankind
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