Poem Hunter
TAM (1940 / Michigan, U.S.A.)


Poem By Theresa Ann Moore

She’s the most stunning beauty you could ever encounter
Her beautifying advice comes from magazine racks
She knows secrets that can be obtained from a cosmetic counter
She spends a small fortune on improvements-not including tax

Eyebrows are tweezed and penciled in with an arched shape
Eyelids are contoured with a shadow that makes them dramatic
A liner defines the gate to her eyes with a shade of grape
Black mascara creates long lashes that are more charismatic

An even powder glow is puffed over her face and throat
Cheeks are given a rosy blush with an application brush
Luscious lips complete the transformation on a high note
Her drugstore beauty turns heads and generates a hush


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Comments (2)

haha, this is an interesting way to define beauty :)
How correct you are. Although, for some reason, i do not have wrinkles yet, and but a handful of grey hair, i should have far more, but it is not in the fact that i do not have these things, it is what is inside me and you that amounts to the beauty of love, true, unabiding, everlasting, love, not just infatuation...when it happens you know! Great write, Theo