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l eauty! Where do you have to look to find
eauty is everywhere: it is all around you.
ln the earth, in the sea, in the sky.
veryone must learn to realize that seeing
ls not observing.
n ocean has beauty - with its salty blue
nd foaming white caps.
mother's love is beautiful.
nseen beauty exists in the gay laugh
Cf the breeze, as it whistles through the treesg
ln symphonies played under the stars.
C-9 hese are beauty.
ln order to see beauty, look and see, listen and
And most important of all, observe.
ou will then see the world in a different light,
ou will then perceive beauty everywhere.
ou will then find that you possess beauty.
- Bruce Friedman, A9
Miles and miles of dark steaming jungle -
Green vines, green leaves, green climbers -
You struggle along an almost hidden trail,
Dizzy from the persistent tropical heat,
The splash of a scarlet orchid,
You are almost blinded by its beauty.
With delicate crepe-like petals,
The orchid is surpassed by none.
Men travelling to foreign lands,
Sharing many strange adventures,
Will always remember
The dazzling scarlet star
ln an endless green sky.
-Bradley Webber, A9
Beauty is the smile of God, music his voice.
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Beauty is its own excuse for being
BEAUTY IS EVERYTHING, everywhere:
There is beauty in the amber light of the day,
When the ascending sun, high in the heavens,
Renders its life giving warmth and light
To the welcoming earth.
There is beauty in the setting sun,
Retiring with its beautiful array of brilliant
Giving way to the violet depths of the night.
There is beauty in the barrenness of winter,
When swirling snows are brushed onto the
By the Great Artist.
Spring brings beauty,
The winter snow has melted into streams
And the wild flowers bloom once again.
Beauty is found in little things,
lt shimmers from every blade of grass.
lt is reflected in the pearl dew-drop
Caught in the heart of a rose.
Beauty is all around us - everywhere.
- Dick Saydah, A9
She was beautiful
ln her black velvet gown,
With her blond hair swirling down her back.
But the wrinkled old ladyp
Survivor of eighty years of wise living,
ln her faded shawl, worn with age
Was infinitely more beautiful,
SHE KNEW LIFE.
-Alfred Johnsen, A8
MY SUN FLOWERS.
Their brown faces lifted to the sun,
Are colored mammies
With yellow ribbons braided in their hair.
My pansies, '
With their button-like faces,
Are small rows of pekinese pups.
Are rows of totem-poles made from
The fiery heads of dragons.
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RAIN, THE PIANIST.
Plays with her many fingers
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That is our own quiet earth, ,
Little staccato eighth notes.
fHj -Martha Smith, A9
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The telephone lines
Stretching into the distance
Are a MUSIC STAFF
The birds spaced along the staff
Are the notes of a gay song.
UU -Martha Smith, A9
I AM FOUND EVERYWHERE,
Where land is no more,
And comes alive with rippling water,
Where swamps are wide and green,
With vicious crocodiles,
Where tumbling hills stop,
And become neat farms, one after another:
l'm found in green meadows,
And sunny wild flowers.
Who am I? You ask yourself.
l am the beauties of the earth.
- Sandra Turner, B7
THERE IS NO END TO BEAUTY!
A brightly colored pebble
dropped in the bottom of a pool,
causing tiny circlets of water
becoming wider, wider,
The fragile wings of an insect
or the eyes of a faithful dog are beautiful.
A person who harbors ill feelings toward life,
neither sees nor looks for beauty.,
How empty life must be! V Q
, E -lean Kegel, A9
THE BEAUTY OF SIGHT n l
What if it should come to be
That only darkness I would see,
No green-leafed trees on which to look,
No blue skies, or bluer brook. I
I could still hear the bluebirds' song,
But to hear and not see, would make life long.
Life at its springtime is beauty, you see,
But of course, being blind could not happen to
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- Sharon Levy, A9
BEAUTY SURROUNDS US,
It comes singing from the magic lips of a violin.
lt dances on the golden flames of a wood fire,
lt shimmers on the angry thunderheads high
above the earth.
lt is found in the soft brown eyes of a fawn,
ln the delicate petals of a flower,
ln the gay music of birds.
lt is everywhere:
Everywhere you look there is Beauty.
Sometimes, you find it in a church,
Or in the warm companionship of a good friend.
Beauty is in all of God's gifts.
- Stan Leibowitz and fenifer H uot, A9's
Ioe isn't prejudiced! Doesn't he always say -
What matter if a man is black or white, a
Protestant or Iew?
Who cares in what land he was born?
Sure! That's what Ioe says, but how does he
Who says America should be a melting pot?
Why should all individuals merge into one like
Why not a symphony orchestra?
Each tone helps complete the harmonious .W
Of people living, working, building, side by
There are discords - yes -
But the Great Conductor will help us blend
these into unity
Ioe goes to the big white church on the corner
Each Sunday he and five hundred other
devoted people, listen to the sermon
Then a Negro preacher takes the pulpit -
The congregation is uneasy, this thing is
But why should it be so?
How can God be in a church where all
His children cannot pray together?
Ioe is kind to Negroes - why certainly!
He says it makes him sick to hear people talk
about them in a cruel way.
Yeah - he's kind all right - like a kindly lord
condescending to be friendly with a
Yet loe's not so unusual!
There are many others like him.
Ioe isn't prejudiced, doesn't he always say -
What matter if a man is black or white, a
Protestant sr Iew?
Who cares in what land he was born
Sure! That's what loe says
But how does he feel inside?
- Mathilde Stern, A9
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