About the Poem
This poem is about looking within ourselves and others to see the beauty within. To share that beauty with others. To look past what's outside and see what lies within.
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There is so much beauty in
This wondrous, blue rose
If only we could capture it
Within our very souls
If we could take its beauty
And apply the glow within
Search a little deeper
In the soul beneath our skin
Take what it does stand for
And shed its love abroad
Don't hide the glow within you
But share the love of God
You know you can't touch beauty
Without it rubbing off on you
And spreading it to others
In the kindness that you do
There lies within each one of us
The beauty like this rose
When it's used in touching others
Then its beauty overflows
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