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    Wherein lies the beauty
    –to that which is ugly,
    When the mind distorts
    a perception of love?

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    Wherein lies the beauty
    –to that which is ugly,
    When the mind distorts
    a perception of love?

    Is the physical anatomy less,
    –descending from above?
    Flesh to the eye…is obvious
    –to the creating Lord.

    Beauty cannot diminish love
    –planted within the heart!
    Uncovered…to the naked eye,
    maturity fills the body.

    A virtueous child travels thru
    the boundless aging naughty;
    Parents are aware of the love,
    when ugly–fleshes a beauty.

    Covered beyond a hiding place,
    flesh remains the same.
    Wide-open to the purest value,
    is found a covered brain.

    Imposters shall not breach the door
    –beyond this wall of good.
    Modesty protects a beauty right,
    as adults stabilize visual light.

    Peek-a-boo, a beautiful child
    receives its grown-up flesh;
    Beauty doubles the virtue
    –the rear…faces a truth.

    A beautiful face leads the rear
    –to tag along behind;
    Giving allegiance to principles
    –to follow the strength.

    Flesh appears to all mankind,
    –the same…at length;
    A beauty embodies the ugly
    –to turn the human mind.

    The question persuades the ages,
    that the body is blind.
    For beauty never fades away,
    for as–God made mankind.
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