Ryan Van Cleave

Beauty - Poem by Ryan Van Cleave

They say beauty's 
Judged by its beholder
And that it fades
As we get older

But it's really
In the little things
The happiness
That laughter brings

The subtle smile
On her face
The way she walks
Her charm and grace

It's in the way 
She looks at me
A gaze as wondrous
As the sea

The mischievous 
twinkles in her eyes
Outshine midnight's
Starry skies

Her voice
A singing melody
Her laugh fills
Me with ecstasy

To end here
Would be typical
But beauty's more
Than physical

It's what's inside
That really counts
Character's what 
Truly amounts

To the joy we feel 
With each new day
The reason I can
Truly say

I love you
And I mean it

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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