Life in degrees is a personal poetry and occasional short story blog .
Life is seen in many different ways or degrees and with the help of poetry, stories, music and art we may view it from many perspectives.
Poetry is medication for the soul

All contributions and comments will be welcomed Kez


All material on this site is copyright so please ask for permission for use.

Life In degrees ,Poetry and Stories for a different slant on Life

Below Are some Links Of other sites you may be interested in. ( more to be added )


Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Beauty Abound

Beauty Abound

A glimpse of dew at the start of the day.
The sun shining on leaves as they play.
A piece of clay shaped into a loving animal.
The whoosh of sea when entered by a mammal.
A touch of a white flawless face like ivory.
The wearing of fine silk covered in embroidery.
A gleaming,gigantic bridge that meets the skies.
The graceful movement of a bird as it flies.
A sparkle from a clear white gem.
The sleek contours of fast cars preferred by men.
A whiff of newly fresh baked bread.
The scenes of sea,sun and sand in the med.
A cold icy blow from snowy weather.
The rhythm of musical instruments when they work together.
A sleepy eyed glance from your latest lover.
The soft warm,comforting embraces from your mother.
To encapsulate these within in a lotion,
Would surely be the best selling beauty potion.
We would have to put into a special box
Then let everyone have just one drop.



9 comments:

  1. wow...a bit of beauty of just life you captured well..could we even handle more than just a drop?

    ReplyDelete
  2. I really enjoyed this.

    To encapsulate these within in a lotion,
    Would surely be the best selling beauty potion.
    We would have to put into a special box
    Then let everyone have just one drop

    ReplyDelete
  3. Oh, yes, you have a recipe for a healing lotion like no other. Nicely done!

    ReplyDelete
  4. beautifully done, the poem and the potion. :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. Beautiful sensory experience =) Let me know if you ever create such a lotion, you'd be rich!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Awww, that was sweet! I'd buy some of that lotion, lord knows in the morning I look like a monster haha. This was really sweet, a beautiful poem indeed! I definitely love the line "The rhythm of musical instruments when they work together." Wonderful!

    ReplyDelete
  7. hmmm.. beauty of nature well described!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I'd be up for buying a bottle. Exquisite!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Your images are pretty,
    your turn of phrases, witty.
    A fun read, Kez.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for taking the time to comment, if you like what you see join me on Poetry Pals