Beauty of Reflection

Love your wounds

Love your beloved shine

Love your stunning beauty

Love your angelic smile

Love your tender spirit

Love your lost soul

Love your endearing glow

Love your deep scars

Love your vibrant class

Love your intelligence

Love your shape

Love your magnificent truth

Love your elegance

Love your fallen tears

Love your curiosity

Love your complexity

Love your drive

Love your amazing identity

26 Comments

  1. Very nice and sweet! The last verse says it all: Love someone for who they are, which is tantamount to identity, and I would add do not love them for what they have, how big and expensive their house and their car are, etc.

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