Poems About: BEAUTY
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253.Can Beauty Remain Beauty?
Can beauty remain beauty without light?
No beauty survives without light in sight
To endure the pangs sharp of age in flight,
For fair with folly dead plunges at night. read more »Obinna Kenechukwu Eruchie
254.started as a seedTimothy Honeycutt
255.Pity for a crop...
In the lush green wheat fields
the beauty remains hidden until its ripe
From green to gold, erect to oldm cut to sold and head to told;
I'd be the last caliph of this smallest large field read more »Usman Hanif
256.If Beauty Was Earned
If beauty was earned by caring,
you could not be more beautiful.
If beauty was earned by strength of spirit,
you could not be more beautiful. read more »Robert Hiers
and how lonely
are the steeps of your lies
and yet read more »Andrew JansBrown
258.TRIBUTE TO THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN OF MY LIFE
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder so they say. Beauty attracts. Beauty is lik
e a pollen grain that attracts. Beauty appeals to the human senses. Beauty ma
kes life palatable. Beauty grants you favor. Beauty open doors. Beauty makes
you glowing for friendship. Beauty make people to always appreciate you. Bea read more »OLAYEMI AYO
259.Death by Beauty
Beauty is the source of all things in day,
but then Death comes to take our sight away.
Beauty is the sower of love and peace,
then Death comes a knocking so it can reap. read more »Wesley Garrett
Red, fresh skin alluring
Casting shadows of dark beauty
The look of the body creates
Salivation leading you to desire read more »Rose Marie Cook
261.my beauty hides
my beauty hides behind walls and lies.
she calls out but quites as the blade presses against my thighs.
my beauty hides behind mistakes and tears.
she smiles and pretends but she cant awake from her worst fears. read more »julie lopez
262.When Beauty Said Goodbye
At twenty one she is a physically perfect being
No words can ever tell of her beauty
That has no parallel
She is the object of men’s’ fantasies read more »bancroft boreland
263.My Viking 1
My Viking beauty in full sail,
Most sacrosanct of beauties;
The moon and stars in their splendor,
Even the sun in all its glamour paled read more »LIGHTCHEERFUL BRIGGS
264.ALEXADERIA IS MUCH MORE PRETTIERmohammad skati