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Beauty Shall Endure

Beauty Shall Endure

written by: Cindy Medina

@Cindy_M65

 

Beauty shall endure.
Mother bird tends delicate
eggs ‘midst wind and rain.

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Beauty shall endure.
In troubled ocean waters,
oysters gestate pearls.

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Beauty shall endure.
Many tears fall daily while
raindrops caress seeds.

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Beauty shall endure.
Tornado’s ravages spent,
see gem-hued rainbow.

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Beauty shall endure.
Turmoil in troubled heart soothed
by distant train’s call.

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Beauty shall endure.
Cat sits on poems notebook,
cheering ill poet.

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Beauty shall endure.
On winter’s cold gray ground, gold
spark – dandelion.

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Beauty shall endure.
Winds of war gust again while
breeze stirs front porch chimes.

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Beauty shall endure.
Fireworks’ jeweled sprays dispel
hated missile glare.

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Beauty shall endure.
These eyes will go dark as Sun
breaks into new dawn.

 

NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:

Having a real love of beauty and being a Romantic, yet socially aware and frequently troubled by current events, this Haiku Sequence provided a needed outlet for the inner conflict of acknowledging pleasure and happiness while paying homage to troubles and tears.

Cindy Medina

Cindy Medina

Cindy is a published poet who writes an average of one poem per day. She's also written five novel-length stories, is working on two others, and hopes to be an author very soon. Cindy resides in the Desert Southwest of USA with D, her husband since 1993.
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