I think there is beauty everywhere,
In every line and crevice of the human face,
Crooked and straight.
Ultraviolets and golds
At the base
Of yours and mine’s stories to be told,
That we decorate,
With the souls of strangers laced
Into our heart rate,
Where they all live forever as bold,
as of the infinitive universes’ grace.
Milks and honeys,
Chocolate siennas and vanilla,
Night skies painted with big taupe eyes:
It’s everywhere you see,
Just hidden away
From vanity and what we preach.