Bernard F. Asuncion
Eyes That Quest - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
Man's eyes see what is visible,
not the things that are viewless;
Alluring lakes and rivers
overflow with water of gladness.
Tired eyes though don't enjoy
the beauty and wonder in sight;
Amazing scene in front
fades into the shadow of the night.
Quest for the most elegant place,
Using not the sense of sight;
Ever beautiful promised land
offers undying delight.
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