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by Heath Allan Taylor

Light breaks through the darkest part
Beauty to soften the hardest heart
Like second nature, I'd shy away
Beauty, like gravity, pulled me to stay
Drifting at sea in storms of the past
Beauty, the anchor, now holds me fast

Where have I been
What have I done
To deserve such beauty
Like the light of the sun

If lovers are dreamers, I walk in my sleep
A heart of gold seemed impossible to keep
For gold melts quickly exposed to the fire
But beauty protects by want and desire
If the question unanswered, "what's in a name"
Then beauty and yours are one in the same

Where can I go
What can I do
To hold onto the beauty
... I find in you
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Poem ID: 1177   Poem Posted: 2/2/1998
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