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    dots Submission Name: Beautydots

    Author: Ramneet
    ASL Info:    33/F/Boston
    Elite Ratio:    3 - 265/107/53
    Words: 57
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    Beauty is not in the skin but under the skin.
    Mesmerizing beauty is euphoria, ephemeral and poignant.
    Beauty is comprehended with mind’s eyes.
    Eternal beauty is in virtues.
    Inner beauty radiates the face.
    Beauty is in imbibing the good moral character.
    Beauty is in good deeds.
    The real beauty is yet to be seen.

    Submitted on 2014-01-30 21:44:46     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I disagree with the first line. Just because your beauty does not come in the package that many might consider beautiful doesn't mean your skin is not beautiful. Also I think "Eternal beauty is in virtues" should read " Eternal beauty is in its virtues", sometimes virtue is in the denial of the decadent's dreams. Something which warrior may not be entirely philanthropic. Perhaps inner beauty stems from the ability to deny all and yet desire to be a positive force, of in harmony, of in too all. Further, "The real beauty is yet to be seen.", makes me wonder if alien civilizations have not come to a social communalism which led them to, of existentially transcendental, an accession of the subliminally sublime and consequent accession of the spiritually serene leading to metaphysical ascension to the ethereally surreal. Yeah ??? Just saying!!!

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