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Inner Beauty

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Beauty...where does it shine?

In your heart? Or in you mind?

Just as a flower blooms in the remorseful shade,

So does its beauty never fades away.

You are beautiful, inside and out,

Don't let the evil tongues hinder you from finding out.

True beauty comes from within, not by mere appearances,

And sometimes what you see, is not always what you get.

Kindness and patience are precious keys that can open wonders,

Unkindness and spitefulness will only leave you locked in a cavern of fools gold.

The eyes might trick the soul, but the soul knows what it needs,

A true friend that is genuine and full of incomparable glee...
I hope this is easy to understand and well written xDD

I won't say what it means, so that's up for you all to think and ponder over which shouldn't be too hard of course >>

If you have the time can you tell me what it means to you~

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Cloudwatcher240's avatar
I like it :) To me, it means the beauty is inside you, and no one can tell you different.
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Cloudwatcher240's avatar
You're the one who wrote this poem :P
wonderfully written and very nice. What it means to me is that beauty attracts to what it needs to be beautiful and that you cant lie about what you truly need.

again very nice.
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Ah~ That is really nice :)

Glad you liked it :iconbummyplz:
me-nam's avatar
really beautiful and true words! <3
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Raleee's avatar
Goosebumps! :aww:
Thank you!
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Of course sweetie ^^
uniquelylost's avatar
Very well written, and what this poem means to me is that beauty is all a matter of perception. What we see with our eyes is not always the truth.
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Ah~ What a lovely answer. So true that is since I have had experiences in that aspect. ^^ Thanks for commenting and the fav <3
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