A Poem by Breeze

(c) Breeze Vincinz


but what of this talk of beauty

the kaleidoscopes

that sizzle our pupils

outside of ourselves

deterring us from

glowing within

rather the watercolors

be spread before us

not in us

not for us

what fools are we

to honor the window

and ignore the mirror

as if there were not mountains

and valleys

and storms with wondrous rainbows

snow angels

desert gardens

and oceans

and oceans

of horizons


© 2008 Breeze

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very beautifully written piece...
The word flowed well.
very good write.. ; )

Posted 11 Years Ago

Fresh. This poem brings me back from the brink of consumption and returns me to exploration, the exploration of myself and the beauty that creation nurtured.

Posted 11 Years Ago

You really have a way with words. A great pleasure to read this! Delightful!

Posted 12 Years Ago

"The kaleidoscopes that sizzle our pupils" What a great way of expressing the constant bombardment of what beauty is (or should be) in our modern culture. This poem encourages us all to look at our own inner beauty, "glow within." This is a great poem.

Posted 12 Years Ago

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Added on February 11, 2008
Last Updated on February 11, 2008



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Breeze Vincinz graduated from Columbia College in June 1996 with a B.A. in Liberal Arts and an astounding student loan that�s a pain in his liberal a*s. The rearing he obtained procured ma.. more..

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