....I know you've already been told by these two..but I just cannot resist. I don't believe in my own beauty as well, freckles...red hair that loves its volume. Yet we all have things about us we don't like. The greatest thing about love though....is that they think you are beautiful in your PJs with no make-up on! They believe you are beautiful...and so he tells you...even if you don't think so. But in honesty, he does. So before you think him insane for thinking you beautiful when you think you aren't...just remember that he might really like you, and you may actually be beautiful to him.
I know how you feel. Everyone feels that way. I'm too pale. I'm too short. My face is too round. My nose is pointy. I have no butt. My chin recedes. My hair is curly, and when it's above my shoulders, I look like Bob Dylan on a bad hair day. However, I've known a few models, and they feel the same way. Normal people tell them they're to tall and skinny. They airbrush all of those pictures in magazines, so no one really looks like that. A lot of models and actresses don't do much other than work on how they look, and people like us don't have the money to have our own nutritionist and personal trainer. Keep in mind that a lot of those pretty (on the outside) people are idiots too. People who look pretty are nice, but many of them can't carry on a conversation. Your boyfriend loves you for who you are, and that's a beautiful thing.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder I for one can honestly say I would date a 4oo pound woman with a great personality over a Model with no personality I dont look at the outside and trust me their is plenty of people like me who dont either True Love has nothing to do with sex or anything like that True Love has to do with being in lOve with the other person enjoying their company and helping each other to Learn To me I have only experienced true love with Family and Friends God Bless Ron If you have a chance Please check out some of my writes and let me know what you think Thank You Ron
the line "I don't believe in beauty" does not seem to go with your first section of this poem. The first part is personal, refering to your reasons for not believeing your own beauty, but that suggests not believeing in "beauty" in general.
If that is your intention then i think you should ephasize that idea more.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Beauty, like love, is a word to often used for things much more crude and base than it's true meaning.
Popular body types, clothes fashions and other such trends are always changeing. A person's true beauty is definately not defined by what jeans they wear. There really is no such thing as perfection in the way you imply it. Pefection can occure with many things that people would deam imperfect and often everything about something, includeing it's "imperfections" are what make it perfect and beautiful.
I aggree with you last couple lines greatly on that inner beauty is to often overlooked. The guy you mention in the beginning of this poem could be seeing something in you that you have overlooked yourself.