Pragya Bajpai

(9-11-1990 / kanpur India)

Beauty


Beauty needs a keen observer
We should try to be its preserver
God has given each of us beauty
To observe it minutely is our duty
Beauty can be of many types
it matters how we make it ripe
It can be beauty of intellect, beauty of principles,
beauty of truth and commonly
visible physical beauty.

Some are attracted towards physical beauty
Some are admirer of spiritual beauty
Some are black and some are white
But doesn't matter we are black or white
Something really matters is that
our nobility and generosity is at what height.

Man can find beauty in everything
Either it is a diamond or silver ring
But it should be gifted by someone
close and very caring
Physical beauty decays with
passage of life and time
But spiritual beauty lasts forever
Either we are young or sixty nine.

Beauty is in God's every creation
and human being
It depends on us in observing
it how much we are keen
True human beings are very beautiful
As at heart they are very noble and peaceful
A person must posses a beautiful
and pure soul
TO live not solitary but as a whole.

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Sunday, September 15, 2013

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  • Marcus Mckinley (10/1/2013 11:12:00 AM)

    physical beauty can be a cusre to those around it. distorting the true perception of real life. the actions of a person holds higher weight regardless of mental capacity. the words of a person are only beautiful if they speak the truth. so 2 out of 3 can be attained by all, the third is just vain.
    this a very thought provoking poem. nicely written (Report) Reply

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