Edna M. Minnfee

(Houston, TX, USA)

I Have Beauty, I Have Ugly Too - Poem by Edna M. Minnfee

My beauty shine when I reach out and touch someone compassionately Each day, as I walk along my way. When I cook a delicious meal for someone ill, when I read a story
to a person, who never learned to read, or when I share my few
pennies with someone in need. When I offer good sound ideas, that pleases and gratifies, when I
speak truth that open blind eyes. My ugly appear, when a person get burn by my scorching words,
When I disrespect others when they won't be heard. When bad tempered, disagree, quarrelsome to , at this time my
ugly shine through


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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