Delores V. Bogle

(Hollis, New York)

Why Shouldn'T I See Beauty - Poem by Delores V. Bogle

In a world like ours so full with beauty
Sunshining on the flowers in unity
Yet some seldom stopped to see
The exquisite buntifull beauty.
The moon and the stars in degree
Rising sunshine over ever tree.

The birds the bees never stopped to ask
In the field, honey how you fell.
They tickled the flowers as they passed.
Flowers sway aside the birds passed by.
The bees lingered on to find the nectar so sweet
They all enjoyed the beautiful field.

God gave us all the good things so free
Why should my eyes forsake these
I should see the beauty around me.
On the beautiful field water run deep.
In homoney I watched to see.
My eyes watched and caught the birds in the tree.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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