Treasure Island

Hilary LeBlanc


True Beauty


True beauty is everywhere
In everything and everyone
If everyone is beautiful
No one should we shun

We all have imperfections
That no one can deny
But that’s what makes us different
Uniqueness is what we imply

True beauty can be found
In the smallest of things
Like a smile or a glance
Or when a bluebird sings

The thing about true beauty
Is that sometimes it may hide
So never judge a book by its cover
Because most times true beauty comes from inside

Submitted: Thursday, May 08, 2008
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