Remonstrate Beauty

Competition Year: 2013
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Who heeds the call to find the waist and bridge,
The cleft of what our flesh and mind's eyes see,
And bow, submit to nature's tutelage,
Know now she no such splendor guarantees.

For he who saw the occultation end,
The bear return from Annwyn, did not bow,
Who saw his piece arcane, did not pretend,
The earthen truth is sparsely gilded now.

What left have we to love to court delight,
When comfort and warm notion truth redacts?
A beauty that cannot command the sight.
A beauty that the worm will hold intact.
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Mohammed ridouane:
quit difficult vocabulary there
It sounds very pretty but I would love to know what this means!