Beautiful Imperfections

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Beauty is an illusion we human chase and we're made with imperfections. One can perceive beauty as an aspect of appearance which most is inclined to. What is one's perspective of beauty. Appearance? Character? or is it just an illusion... Where does true beauty resides to? Though we possess flaws we perceive one another as beautiful. Is beauty just a sensory to our eyes' satisfaction?...

Submitted: January 24, 2014

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Beautiful Imperfections 

Subject to thine fine venom breath I lay still, 
And thine eyes prowls of such a million lies. 
That fairest mask that dwelleth fine of ill 
Unveils that of which a beauty's disguise, 
And mine view beguiled by an illusion
That thou hath cast to mine illusory,
But thine a beautiful imperfection
That thou hold fair possession of beauty. 
O' mine maiden be, hath I not view thee 
Of thine own present self and disregard'd 
Thine faults where the wind shoulder it at sea 
And to love thee with mine heart unguarded.

Thine beauty lies not in thine aspect's flesh 
But thine heart doth mine heart love's refresh 

-Joshua Andrada


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