Saint Beauty(Poem)

Published October 24, 2009 by ladyserenity92

I am only sixteen.

To you I am an ugly duckling on the outside.

 But my outer appearance can be deceiving.

By the light of the full moon, I transform into a beautiful sawn.

I am the swan known as ‘Saint Beauty.’

 

Although I live alone and run a flower shop in town,

I rely on myself and the memory of my parents to keep me alive.

I only see the inner beauty of the good

And the mask of the ugly who are wicked.

 

My job is to protect the weak, the innocent and the helpless.

I come to the aid of people with the help of my magic mirror;

At most times, I sneak a glance at my lover

Within the glass refection.

 

To you, I’m a nobody.

Working in a flower shop

And walking down the halls of school.

But my appearance can be deceiving.

 

By the light of the moon,

I transform into a beautiful swan.

I am the swan known as ‘Saint Beauty’.

Stay Tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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