H. Fitzgerald Durbin Poems

H. Fitzgerald Durbin Poems

1Real Beauty
2What Then?
3Whose Day?

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Real Beauty
Some say beauty is only skin deep, and to some this may apply.
Outward appearance is not real beauty, I'll tell you the reason why.
For true beauty lies within the soul, and comes from the heart.
It comes not from what can be seen of us, but what we may impart. True beauty is not how we may adorn ourselves, others to . . .
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What Then?
Two chickens met in the barnyard-A Rooster and a hen.
And that's the way it has been-Since the world began.
The argument has been strong-almost as a plague.
This argument about which came first-the chicken or the egg. But this argument seems so foolish-if horse sense we apply.
It's simple when we think of it-and . . .
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