Friday, January 26, 2007

BEAUTY

Yes, beauty is more
than skin deep.
Sometimes glimpses
are caught
of a beauty that lies
in the heart .. .
What a comforting
thought!

57 comments:

  1. True words from you. Real beauty is more than physical. Sometimes glimpses, sometimes, true understanding!

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  2. Nothing can be truer than this but few understand this...

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  3. Absolutely true Margie! ..wish people realised it too!!
    Wonderful poem as always..Take care!!

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  4. Absolutely true Margie! ..wish people realised it too!!
    Wonderful poem as always..Take care!!

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  5. Absolutely Margie! ..wish people realised it too!
    Wonderful poem as always!
    Take care!!

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  6. Absolutely Margie! ..wish people realised it too!
    Wonderful poem as always!
    Take care!!

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  7. Your spirit shines out more and more
    Margie.
    Lovely!
    hugs
    trinity.

    We had a flurry of snow ... but it has been reaching brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrh temperatures

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  8. Yes Indeedy!! Beauty is everywhere and in everything!:))

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  9. Margie, so there's hope for me yet?!?!?

    but dear for you
    your words are true
    your beauty without a doubt
    shines both within and without

    lotsa luv ann xxxx

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  10. So very true. I had a friend who was very beautiful, but underneath barbed wire and broken glass. Very sad, really.

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  11. Beauty is the thing that attracts us to the soul.

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  12. How true....Beauty has nothing to do with the appearance..

    Take Care Margie..!

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  13. Margie, Ditto Ann's rhyming response: You've got both! :) Nicely expressed poem.

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  14. Samuru-
    Beuaty in mind is more beautiful than outside shades.

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  15. Finally I cud login with my google a/c :-)))))

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  16. The beauty that lies within the heart never fades. Physical attributes do. As my girlfriend always says, "Go for depth!"

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  17. A delightful read from your quill Margie

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  18. so true and what a lovely thought Margie!

    I hope all is well :)
    Robyn

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  19. Have a beautiful weekend my friend. We are planning to visit Ann in London in October. Come along. :)

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  20. hi margie

    how are u ?

    blogger beta is very easy..i'm so
    having with blogger. i decided to switch & i like it so far. if you have problems with blogger, i would have suggest to switch. but if u do switch, u have to make a google account. u have to sign in with your google account.
    its very easy:-]

    love,
    p.p.b.fly

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  21. heyyyy Margie
    i will be in california soon
    wud like to meet up with u


    how far is colorado from california?

    sabydasouza@yahoo.com

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  22. beauty from the heart and soul is infinity.

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  23. True words, and I like what deb's friend says too, 'go for depth'. If my beauty was only skin deep, I'd have to live my life in a paper bag. ;)

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  24. ooh i guess blogger duplicated my comment!Sorry!

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  25. Hi Margie!
    I must copy this beautiful "Beauty' poem!
    Have a fabulous weekend!

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  26. A beautiful poem.Loved it. Beauty is below skin deep.I think it is inside each one of us.

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  27. Very true and I wish more people would look beyond outer appearances.
    tc

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  28. beauty of the heart is the best i guess!!!

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  29. Ahh, I think that is my favorite kind of beauty. Blessings Margie!

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  30. A lovely poem..
    Hope you enjoyed your weekend :)

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  31. Yes Margie and beauty lies in the beholder's eye too :D

    Have a great weekend

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  32. Yes, and sometimes we realize how beautiful the inside of a person was when he or she is dead!!

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  33. no new poem?..hmm..hope u r doingwell..take care...

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  34. Margie,
    I am having great difficulty in login to my blog it has me to make the change over ... Im not sure has everyone else done so. I tried changing over ... and I just cannot get into it whatsoever.
    Can anyone throw a light on this.
    trinity :o) Hugs

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  35. Hello Margie

    Hope to find you recovered as I venture out to make my rounds...

    ... and always in the eyes of the beholder!

    Love and joy

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  36. Well said, the inside beauty is so much more important.

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  37. Beauty is within.........and we lose out when we don't take the time to see this in other people. Great post, Margie. HUGSSSSSSSSSS

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  38. Yes, it is comforting. Wish the recognition of inner beauty occurred more often in our world.
    M, I marvel at how you write so perceptively about cliches such as this one or other truisms that need our attention, rather than being brushed aside. Thank you

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  39. Margie just came to check on ya...u ok now? I hope u got my email.

    btw Im sooooo busy today and thats why I couldnt be here any earlier.

    Beauty...that is Margie.

    Keshi.

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  40. Thank you all for the wonderful comments!
    I do apreciate them , and so nice to have you all visit me!
    It seems we all agree that true beauty shines from within.
    Ann, and Aurora..so sweet of you!
    Brian, we are actually going to Scotland in October, and will be in London for a day...maybe if you are there at that time...we could meet!
    Saby, colorado is a long way from CA.
    Kai, thanks for the advice...guess I will have to switch soon!
    Keshi, I did get your email...thank you
    so much...it helped...I am doing some better!
    I will visit all of you soon...have not been able to this weekend!
    Take care...hugs!

    Margie

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  41. Beautifull....and so true..
    it would be grand if more saw it this way and way less heartache..

    Donna

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  42. Hope you are keeping well dear friend.
    Have a restful and harmonious weekend.

    Biiiiig, big hUg!

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  43. Hope you are keeping well dear friend.
    Have a restful and harmonious weekend.

    Biiiiig, big hUg!

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  44. Hope you are keeping well dear friend.
    Have a restful and harmonious weekend.

    Biiiiig, big hUg!

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  45. Hope you are keeping well dear friend.
    Have a restful and harmonious weekend.

    Biiiiig, big hUg!

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  46. Thank you so much. This is what I needed today!!!

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Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker