Beauty

To ridicule an object of beauty,
Is to blemish a memory,
To mar a truth,
To destroy a love.
‘A thing is beauty, is a joy forever’.
To ruin that object,
Is to ruin the joy that it brings to someone.

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Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

What someone finds beautiful,

May be in contrast to what we think is beautiful.

The most outlandish thing to someone,

Could mean a great deal to someone else. 
However, beauty does not lie in the object.

It is what lies within the object that makes it beautiful.

Beauty lies in the memory associated to the object,

It lies in a truth we are unaware of, 

In a love we are unaware of.
To ridicule an object of beauty,

Is to blemish a memory,

To mar a truth,

To destroy a love. 

‘A thing of beauty, is a joy forever’.

To ruin that object,

Is to ruin the joy that it brings to someone.

Fit In

What is beauty?

We all pretend to know what it is.

But is beauty what we feel something is? 

Or, do we just say something is beautiful, just to fit in? 

Isn’t that what we all want?

To fit in?

What, then, is fitting in?

Thinking the way other people do? 

Feeling the way other people do?

No one would be special then. 

To be special, to mean something,

That is what we all crave for. 

So we do what people do,

We try to fit in. 
But on this path to “fitting in”,

We lose ourselves,

And forget what we are.