Writing Beauty Posted on March 24, 1998March 24, 2011 by Thomas Slatin a walk through the park a squirrel carrys an acorn beauty fills my soulSharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostA Hundred Patients Next PostBlame Me 25 thoughts on “Beauty”I believe that beauty is not physical, beauty for me is the sensation of expressing tenderness from the inside out, because the other beauty is the one sold to us by the media, which are simply prototypes of beauty that are promoted to sell.Loading...ReplyBeauty is in the eye of the beholder. But I also heard someone saying, that guys does not wear xray so inner beauty does not really matter.Loading...ReplyIs it just me or the poem seems to be missing parts? Anyway, Beauty can take on different forms. It all depends on how we look at it. Physical or inner beauty it all depends on how we use these components.Loading...ReplyBeauty is the way you carry yourself. It is not about the physical appearance of a person but the person it self. But beauty differs from person to person. As the saying goes “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”Loading...ReplyBeauty is in the eyes of the beholder. I cant say it isnt beautiful what you witnessed but for me I would be scared.Loading...ReplyParks are always full of nature. You can find absolutely everything.Loading...ReplyBeauty is everywhere, we just need to take some minutes to notice it and to get impressed by it.Loading...ReplyNo one will see joy and happiness without grabbing them. I love this.Loading...ReplyNatural beauty like a stroll in the park or marveling at animals is still unprecedented. Sunsets, symphonies and waterfalls are pretty unmatched as well .Loading...ReplyA short peom with a deeper meaning. Beauty of a ski n deep and only radiates with a good characterLoading...ReplyKnow what, when you have the aroma of coffee on a quiet, cool morning! That to me is beauty. And if you’re surrounded by loving friends or family — that is an awesome bonus! Beauty radiates from a person inside out and spreads to whoever he or she is with. Beauty is infectious!Loading...ReplyI would have really love to see that scene live so thati can feel what you felt. Might be scared thoughLoading...ReplyFinding beauty in the simplest things is a sign of a life well-lived. Personally, I have yet to reach that. But then again, there are certain things that I do appreciate, like the cloudy sky on a slow afternoon. I’m more of a cold-weather person, anyway. *grins…*Loading...ReplyIt’s the simple things that makes the world beautiful. Just like with the squirrel, seeing people do simple things like carrying a child or smiling when greeted by someone fills my heart with warmth. Thank you sharing this heart warming thought.Loading...ReplySimple and elegant. I like your style.Loading...ReplyA very elaborate definition of beauty. It’s the simple things that we take for granted.Loading...ReplyWell written Thomas! I couldn’t have described beauty better myself.Loading...ReplyWow, I like how short the poem is. I hope I’m not wrong in assuming it’s a poem.Loading...ReplyA walk through the park is one of the most fulfilling things. Speaking of which, it’s been long since I had one.Loading...ReplyI appreciate the soulful words. I can totally relate to this.Loading...ReplyA squirrel carrying an acorn. Now that is true beauty.Loading...ReplyNothing says BEAUTY quite like nature. Well said Tom.Loading...ReplyPlease do more of such poems. They are lovely.Loading...ReplyThis has to be the shortest poem I have ever seen. Could it be missing some parts like someone in the comments already pointed out?Loading...ReplyThe simple things that we take for granted like nature is what beauty is. Beauty happens to always be around us if we take time to identify it.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.