William F Glennon
What's Inside Counts - Poem by William F Glennon
We are beautiful under the surface.
The masks we wear with grace.
Few see what's inside the heart.
Many are people who want to see it break apart.
Pieces of a broken heart do mend.
By having the courage to ask a friend.
To support you through to the end.
Life's masquerade might protect you.
Only a few seen behind the facade.
You trust in them, and then trust in god.
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