Herbz Singstar

Rookie (1991 Aug 3 / Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa)

Beauty


Beauty

True beauty comes from within
denying it, that is the sin
beauty transposes in differents form or ways
you find it in the one you love
whether in her actions or on her face

They say beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder
I reckon it also matures as you grow older
and if beauty is true and not a lie
then why should it ever have to die
it shouldn't!

All girls are beautiful yet some are more
and the most beautiful is that one who hits your heart's core
like when you see your soul-mate for the first time ever
you immediately gather that this beauty is forever

So often we are so quick to judge on how someone may look
the lesson is, never judge the cover on a book
alot of times we truly miss the bigger picture
and we overlook that person's better feature

Look into yourself and you shan't get lost
that beauty ain't purchaseable, it got no cost
what I've come to notice unintentionally
that beauty is is born in all of us, naturally.

Submitted: Thursday, May 26, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 27, 2011

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