Tamara Puyear


Where Beauty Lies


Not the curve of the hips
Or the shape of the lips
Nor the clothes she wears
Or the color of her hair
Not in the numbers on the scale
But in the person who always seems to care

The beauty of a person
No matter who they are
Can only be measured
From the warmness of the heart
Not the face she wears
Or the voice she shares
But the expressions she makes
And the words that she creates
It's in the smile she puts on
even when everything has gone wrong

Beauty lies within the fire inside
That refuses to let her run and hide
Beauty shines from inside her
Throughout everything she does
Beauty comea from the way she stands strong for what she beleives
And can never be forced
To surrender to her knees

Beauty,
Is when she stands tall
Even when she has lost it all
Her hopes never shatter and fall

Beauty is when
Her soul is so bright
It shines through
In the darkest of nights
She leads the way
With no sighs of dismay

From the legs to the hips
From the eyes to the lips
It all does'nt matter
This is the beauty
that i wish to capture

Submitted: Friday, May 11, 2012

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