Treasure Island

Nikhilraj Ave


Beauty and the Beast


The beast had a beauty inside him
and the beauty had a beast inside her.
When the beast met the beauty,
he fell in love with the beast in her.
When the beauty met the beast,
she fell in love with the beauty in him.
One day, her tears struck him and he turned into a prince
who was a beauty himself but had beast in him.
And they lived happily ever after.
It is an inside out story
(or an outside in one)
The story doesn't end here.
The beauty couldn't see the beast in the prince
and the prince couldn't see the beast in beauty.
I don't think they lived happily ever after..

Submitted: Sunday, July 06, 2014

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