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Blessing Ekpe

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This Is True Beauty


Adoring, this is true beauty
Caring, this is true beauty
Passionate, this is true beauty
flawless, this is true beauty
Always there, this is true beauty
Friend in need.this is true beauty
Friend indeed, this is true beauty
dazzling smiles, this is true beauty
spirit as of a warrior, this is true beauty
servant hood, this is true beauty
I can win attitude, this is true beauty
Eyes as lovely as a dove

Submitted: Thursday, October 20, 2011
Edited: Friday, October 21, 2011

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  • Rookie - 246 Points Harindhar Reddy (10/27/2011 5:45:00 AM)

    Oho! You poem, this is true beauty. Well said by you, I just remembered the words of John Keats.... beauty is truth and truth is beauty..................
    'Adoring, this is true beauty
    Caring, this is true beauty
    Passionate, this is true beauty
    flawless, this is true beauty'

    I also quote famous line of Shakespeare ' Beauty lies in beholders eyes.' Yes asserted by you beauty lies in everything which we do by our heart. By Jove! I appreciate every line of the poem and I hope every other human will do the same. Great going Let me doff the poet! (Report) Reply

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