Um, I can already guess that people mightn't like the repitition. Like I said, needs work. Bash it.
I got the idea from when we were driving up to Cairns and my brother was just playing PSP. My Dad told him to try and enjoy the beauty of outside. All I saw was a blur of green and mountains and hills and stuff. I cbf to explain at the moment.
EDIT: Got rid of the last two lines... :/ not sure what to do.
i think all of these examples define beauty very well...
there is so much beauty around us...and often we never notice it....never pay enough attention ...we just buzz through life at full speed not appreciating people, places or objects enough for their aesthetics.
It's funny because my mom always reminds me to look at what's outside rather than what i'm distracting myself with. I finally started to look outside the window more but it's only thanks to her consistent bugging that thought me to do that. Otherwise, I'd still be like your brother; in front of a book or a psp.
True that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I feel that line has been used too often. I'm sure you can concoct a new imagery that says the same proverb. The questionning seem to work in this piece.
"I fear I am walking blindly
unaware of the wealth blazing in front of me
or is it a fortune I seek to understand
Is this a beauty worthy to be grand?"