Theresa Ann Moore
Preoccupation With Beauty - Poem by Theresa Ann Moore
In this world of miraculous improvements,
Surgeons can contour and make removements.
Ugliness can be changed into revered beauty.
In a world of acceptance, the scalpel does its duty.
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