Poems About: BEAUTY
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253.Ballade Of Mature Beauty
Easy comes beauty in youth’s natural spring,
But with age its mellow dimensions grow.
Like to a bud, a full bloom, age will bring.
With grace its beauty does ebb and glow, read more »Albert Price
254.101. WHO CREATED THIS BEAUTIFUL WORLD?
Who created this beautiful world?
What a harmony and perfection!
Who thought this beauty, who brought it out?
Who is he that perfected it? read more »Praveen Kumar in Shobha Priya
My Dear when I say you're beautiful what i'm trying to say is that you..............you have the kind of beauty that makes a bad man change his ways.........the one that makes a killer find his heart........... read more »brian musonda
256.Beauty Fades Away
There is one thing I want but never had.
I can not buy it and I am so sad.
Mother would have given it to me,
I know, read more »Lillian M. Lewis
The beauty of life lies not in its purity or perfection
The beauty of life stands tall and with great attention read more »Jeff Rushton
Beauty's Youth is
with the Mirrors Image read more »Lonnie Hicks
259.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 read more »Tamara Puyear
260.Death by Beauty
Beauty is the source of all things in day,
but then Death comes to take our sight away.
Beauty is the sower of love and peace,
then Death comes a knocking so it can reap. read more »Wesley Garrett
They say beauty is in the eyes of the beholder,
But wouldn’t that make beauty more like a mirror,
All you see is a reflection of what you could be,
For many, what you want to be. read more »Thomas Vaudin
262.If Beauty Was Earned
If beauty was earned by caring,
you could not be more beautiful.
If beauty was earned by strength of spirit,
you could not be more beautiful. read more »Robert Hiers
Stunning beauty, stunning beauty,
You're my lil cutie.
Stunning beauty, stunning beauty
I love how you make me go mutey. read more »Eric Garner
264.My Viking 1
My Viking beauty in full sail,
Most sacrosanct of beauties;
The moon and stars in their splendor,
Even the sun in all its glamour paled read more »LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS