My View on True Beauty

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This poem is about my view on beauty. I hope you enjoy it.

Submitted: July 22, 2011

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Submitted: July 22, 2011



Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so I've been told.

It is a flower in late bloom, for it will be the most delicate of all.

It is a newborn baby wrapped in its innocence, with no committed sins.

It is a little girl sitting on her father's lap, her dreams in the palm of his hand.

It is a tree dancing in the wind, its leaves enjoying a breeze.

Love ages a woman's face, but never her heart.

We see only what we want to see and throw out all the rest.

Everyone is beautiful in their own way, Some reveal it more than others.

Who has the right to judge another person?

I know I don't.

We all have our imperfections and flaws.

You are no better than me, and I am no better than you.

We need to take a deep breath, a step back, and a moment to remeber...

We are all different, in our own extraordinary way!

-court <3

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