Poems About: BEAUTY
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The leopard looked and listened, too,
While seated on the ground...
Observing from its point of view
Then suddenly spellbound... read more »Denis Martindale
True beauty comes from within
denying it, that is the sin read more »Herbz Singstar
231.My Beautiful Love
The world is beautiful
But you are more beautiful read more »Ezekiel Igbodo
But beauty is not just in the eyes of the beholder
Music told me, like earrings, it lies also in the beholder's ears.
And when years come to pass we lose sight and grow older,
Is there no more beauty? What about what the beholder hears? read more »Mishack Mchunu
233.'Beauty Is A Friend Like You'
Beauty is not a name, for often
Heros and villians are samely known
Beauty is not in purple linen woven
Nor engraved in a golden crown read more »Okonkwo Osamedua. Allen
The flesh gets beauty, when draped by its skin;
The soul loses beauty, when filled by sin;
The beauty of things is seen when revealed;
The beauty of unseen things is concealed. read more »Dr John Celes
When I look at a beautiful woman,
my mind dreams of a passionate love,
but when the lust for passion subsides,
I am still looking for the beauty in love. read more »Jay P Narain
236.When I Want To See Beauty
When I want to see beauty I need not travel far
Not even for a short drive in a car
Outside my window on flowering callistemon tree
A natural thing of beauty there to see. read more »Francis Duggan
Beauty is the best treasure for one’s eyes.
It is a fact that no one can deny.
But beauty is not only for the windows to our souls,
It can also be a precious for our souls, minds, or both! read more »Jason Choi
It’s the wish of one and all in their lifetime
To look beautiful and behave clever. read more »Vidi Writes
Beauty is a stupid thing, anywhere you go,
The more I see pretty faces, the more my sadness grows.
Beauty is a bother; it brings me grief and pain,
Hanging over me like a cloud of pure petty disdain! read more »Kelly Curiel
I am devastated by your beauty daily—
I wonder what God had in mind to torment men on this earth to look upon such beauty as yours on this earth.
Much like the forbidden flower of Eden so beautiful but so far from my reach. read more »Timothy Honeycutt