Poetry by Luke W.

“Flawed Masterpiece” is one of the first poems I wrote for The Paradox Complex the meaning is rather simple. It’s about loving and accepting someone for who they are, even when he or she is unable to love and accept himself/herself.

Flawed Masterpiece 

You call yourself flawed, I love all of you

I love your imperfections and everything you do

You call them faults, I say you are only human

Having you in my life, I look up and say “Amen”

Though flawed, God made you to perfection

You are unique, despite your objection

You tell me your flaws are what make you weak

I’m saying your flaws are what make you unique

 

I see a bright shining star

You are a light shining the dark

You are perfect to me

You’re the way God made you to be

I see a flawed masterpiece

 

For every flaw, something about you is flawless

Even the imperfections, you possess great knowledge

To me, you are truly a masterful work of art

And despite everything, I love you for who you are

You point out so much of yourself and say “defect”

I see things about you and I respond saying “perfect”

You tell me your flaws are what make you weak

I’m saying your flaws are what make you unique

 

I see a bright shining star

You are a light shining the dark

You are perfect to me

You’re the way God made you to be

I see a flawed masterpiece

 

Though you are flawed, you are flawless

Though unsettled you still seek solace

Here I am to lift you when you want to decease

Here I am to tell you that you are a masterpiece

 

 

 

I see a bright shining star

You are a light shining the dark

You are perfect to me

You’re the way God made you to be

I see a flawed masterpiece

 

To me you are a flawed masterpiece

 

Luke Wood writes books under the name C.L. Williams. He’s an independent author from Virginia and recently released a poetry book called The Paradox Complex, which is about how we as people have contradictory qualities but are still good at our core. The Paradox Complex is one of five planned releases this year.

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