Poems About: BEAUTY
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349.the comfort I find
Comfort I find holding, each others arms,
your beauty is like the sun warming a cold winters day to my eyes.
No grief do I find when you are beside me,
Nor is there sorrow in my heart for you are my passion in life. read more »Timothy Honeycutt
350.Apparent and latent
When you are struck with a woman’s apparent beauty
You lose interest in it if not coped with her latent beauty.
If you are moved by a woman’s latent beauty
You are not tired; her apparent beauty matches or not. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
351.Beauty – deeper than skin
From suppleness and comeliness,
Suppleness itself stands for beauty
From agility and beauty, the agility,
From poise and grace, the poise, read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
352.Acrostic. (number 1)
All sev'ral Beauties, Colors, Airs, and Grace,
None ever saw together in one Face:
No? hold a while; I do a Lady know, read more »Ephelia
353.Close your eyes and wait
I have recently discovered
Beauty is in kindness
Due in part to my recent
And gradual blindness read more »Marcus McKinley
piercing beauty of the crystal’s
purity, miniature rainbows playing read more »Margaret Alice
Beauty is his smile,
the dimple on each cheek
beauty is his voice,
when he says i love you read more »Laura Kristhen
Beauty is a love charm
It lusts in the moonlight
Upon your delicate face
As well as upon the golden flower read more »Shakanada Iyua
357.Of unknown beauties
Known beauties enthrall, no doubt.
Unknown beauties can still more.
Beauties accessible are cheap. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
358.spring morningTimothy Honeycutt
The Beauty -
Is not in her wear,
Nor her figure,
Or the way she styles her hair. read more »Prof. Ayaz Momin
Beauty comes and beauty goes,
Like the Ocean, it ebbs and flows
But the truest beauty can be seen
When mind is sharp and Vision keen. read more »Karl Stuart Kline