Anatomy of a Good Man

Eyes that see inner beauty

Nose that smells trouble

Mouth that chooses words carefully

Neck that strains to see the good in people

Arms that both build and cradle

Stomach that is grateful

Legs that know hardwork

Knees that still knock

Feet that feel the sun

Mind that seeks the source

4 thoughts on “Anatomy of a Good Man

  1. Hey, Terah. Have you read Rita dove? She’s won a Pulitzer prize for her poetry. It’s the kind we think you might like and learn from. Your poems have certainly taken a turn we appreciate. martha

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