Daniel Thomason

Rookie (8/6/1993 / San Antonio, TX)

Your Inner Beauty - Poem by Daniel Thomason

If only I could turn you inside out...
And see the world that lives inside you...
I bet there's children that play tag near a rainbow that falls from your heart...
And a fountain that sprays stars from its spout...
I bet there's graffiti that says LOVE all over the walls...
No profanity or words that will put me back on a trail to nowhere...
But, LOVE, we don't have to find out...
Let's imagine it as a city that keeps peace on a pedestal...
Where the government is ruled by a heart...
Where the clouds always drift slowly to cover up a hot day...
Where the rain is never frowned upon, but skipped through joyfully...
LOVE...
I can't put this into anything more than a childish dream...
So I'll say this:
You're beautiful on the outside...
No doubt about that...
But when it comes to where the heart work its magic...
That beauty will always come before the other...
So when I gaze into your eyes...
Just know I look inside...
To that world that keeps me smiling endlessly...


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 11, 2011


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