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A Hint At What Is Beautiful? - Poem by yoonoos peerbocus

Beautiful is the 'thank you'
Wrapped with gratitude,
Offered to peace prone people
Who offer what is real-themselves
To nurse with love and humility
napalm asphyxiated victims
in our stained world

veiling ambition with face of
humanity.Beautiful is the moment
when sunlit world fades away
And with it mind made mirror
While look inward drawn, sight insight led,
and heart shuts out desire to let in
consciousness.

Comments about A Hint At What Is Beautiful? by yoonoos peerbocus

  • Kevin Patrick 6/28/2020 12:45:00 PM

    Wonderful poem Yoonoos, captures the imagination with its thoughtful analysis of what makes up beauty. It is the piece of mind of simple things that extract the greatest happiness, material things provide comfort but not salvation. Great job! Reply

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  • Duke Perry Abrokwa 6/6/2020 9:23:00 PM

    Really outstanding, beautiful poem Reply

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  • Yehualashet Teshome 6/3/2020 9:39:00 AM

    A beautiful and deep poem yoonoos, Thank you Reply

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  • Benjamin Uy 6/2/2020 6:18:00 PM

    Best poem from an old pal,
    Thanks and more beautiful *****
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  • Roxanne Dubarry 6/2/2020 9:33:00 AM

    Even with the terrible shape the world is in today, you can still discover what is beautiful. If you are willing to search hard enough for it! Excellent poetry as always. Love your PH pal! Reply

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  • Evi prinou 5/6/2020 4:45:00 AM

    I really liked the concepts you combine.. Hope humanity gratitude humility.... Reply

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  • Vaibhav Simha 4/24/2020 3:12:00 AM

    Uniquely written but eloquently expressed. Reply

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  • Craig Mize 3/30/2020 4:02:00 PM

    Thanks for sharing. I really enjoyed reading it. Reply

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