Kev Elmer

(Wales)

True Beauty


The breeze that pushes gently past,
as we stand here together,
wanting this moment to last,
dreaming of it forever.

A moment that feels so good,
as I'm here with you,
it feels just like it should,
I hope you feel this too.

The sun setting in the sky,
beauty that just cant last,
unlike the beauty in your eyes,
unable to hide by the shadows cast.

If you read between the lines,
beauty lies deeper than the skin,
so you can take it as a sign,
that true beauty comes from within.

Submitted: Thursday, April 27, 2006

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