Beauty is sweet.
It's like closing your eyes and tasting your first tropical fruit.
Beauty is unique.
It's like a diamond, but priceless towards any value.
Beauty is love with no sound but amazing enough to change one's identity.
Beauty is God's creation that reveals purpose in one's life.
Beauty is ugly twin brother.
Both of them gets attention, but
Beauty is the light over ugly that bring a smile to the soul.
Beauty is unity to a nation.
Beauty is poetry with meaning.
Beauty is the families' masterpiece that covers the problems.
Beauty is hope to the impossible.
Beauty is music emotions.
Beauty is color business man.
Beauty is the generation of time.
Beauty is America's reflection.
Beauty is the make-up of a healthy relationship.
Beauty is the rose given on that special celebration.
Beauty is a woman's hairstyle.
Beauty is a man's ambition.
When it comes to you, your beauty is like the wind invisible
but powerful enough to feel it.
True beauty is from within.
and your beauty is real. By: Milton Styner Jr.
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- Queen of Hearts, Tania Montgomery
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- child full of love, Miss. Tanease Berry
- ACTUAL SIZE, NICHOLAS CAMPBELL
- Temptation, Misty Wills
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