Dazibella Dunham


How beautiful can something be when flawed?
They say flaws make something more beautiful.
But how flawed is too flawed to be beautiful?

How sad can someone be without dying?
They say there is no real life without sadness.
But how sad is too sad to have a real life?

How angry can one get before cracking?
They say only the weak take to violence.
But how angry is angry enough to kill?

How many questions can be rightfully asked?
They say for us to question everything.
But how many questions is enough to get to a wrong?

The real question should be this:

How many beautifuly flawed and sadly angry people does it take in one world for us to see a change is needed?
They say the media does this to our outlook on people.
But who created media and the outlook it lives by?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2009

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