The Searched Soul Poem by Dorothy Parker

Dorothy Parker

Long Branch / New Jersey

The Searched Soul

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When I consider, pro and con,
What things my love is built upon --
A curly mouth; a sinewed wrist;
A questioning brow; a pretty twist
Of words as old and tried as sin;
A pointed ear; a cloven chin;
Long, tapered limbs; and slanted eyes
Not cold nor kind nor darkly wise --
When so I ponder, here apart,
What shallow boons suffice my heart,
What dust-bound trivia capture me,
I marvel at my normalcy.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Christian Hudak 05 June 2014

I enjoyed this a lot! ! ! Keep writing(: I invite you to check out some of my poems and comment if you have any advice for me as a writer. Sincerely Christian Hudak

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Long Branch / New Jersey
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