Arienne' Smith

Beauty Poem by Arienne' Smith

What was beauty back then is no longer beauty now

Everyone feels the need to conform like puppets, play as clowns

What was once merely judgement on your own perspective

Has turned to something defective

When has being society's form of beauty been ok

When will true society get the courage to walk away

-From what we know now as beauty

-And return to teh true beauty as before

Women feel subjected to criticism because of a man's single view of beauty truly is

But what they arent learning these days is that true beauty is within

Slim, fat, skinny or everything in between

Cute, ugly, sexy it all doesn't mean a thing

In reality if you fall for what you see you are only doing what your mind was programmed to do

How about doing for you and judging untainted views

People may feel better with what they look at

-But im more inclined to think different

I love a woman for who she truly is and not what she pretends to be


Submitted: Thursday, January 20, 2011

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