The Picture You See - Poem by Richard Noggin
A picture of beauty has many colors.
It can depict many things.
It has been said that
A picture can speak a thousand words
When in fact it says nothing
The frame that surrounds the picture
Can be either be very ornate or organically plain
The frame adds character to the picture
And can even add a sense of sophistication.
All of these things combine to create a work of art
A work of art that is unique, special, and like no other.
However, without the nail on the wall
That supports that work of art.
No one would be able to see its beauty.
That is exactly what your love does for me.
Without you in my life there is no me.
You complete my life and support me.
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