Poem : A Woman’s Beauty

Beauty of a woman

The beauty of a woman
Is not in the clothes she wears,
The figure that she carries,
Or the way she combs her hair.

The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes,
Because that is the doorway to her heart,
The place where love resides.
The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mole
But true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.

It is the caring that she lovingly gives,
The passion that she shows,
And the beauty of a woman
With passing years only grows!

– – – written by Teresa Mahieu

19 thoughts on “Poem : A Woman’s Beauty”

  1. Nice poem there, i love it. It speaks about the beauty of a woman not physically but their true beauty inside. Hopefully more people will be inspired with this poem.

  2. I love the poem here. I guess this best reflects to my mom. I love here so much I think I would print this one and have this on frame and deliver it to my mom. Thank you for this inspiring poem. I love it so much!

  3. Hi. I was searching for an image of woman in google, when I found this blog.
    love the poem it’s beautiful. I wrote an article as well..
    here’s the link:

  4. ojala que los hombres respeten a lñas mujeres y no mas maltratos

    Translated from Spanish to English>>>

    hopefully men to respect women and no more abuse

  5. in a very sober way the beauty of the woman is described and there is no doubt that with the passage of the time the beauty grows tremendously. HATS OF TO THE POET

  6. I’m looking for the woman of my life, a woman who is ready to live with me. Nobody is perfect, so leave aside the stereotypes and focus our attention on what people really want from the life: Mainly my partner must be self-employed; knows what she really wants in the life (referring particularly in relationships). Secondarily, I’m attracted by physically not beautiful women (appreciated below average), if she is a bit large is better. Conservative woman is a must for me, counting I’m a very devoted Christian. I dislike barbies that do not consider true women.
    I describe myself like a simple man rich of values, honest and sincere. My principal characteristic is to be altruist with others, sometimes I take care of others better than me, but with my defects as all people have.

  7. Thank you for crediting My poem by adding my name. So many have said Audrey Hepburn or Sam Levenson wrote this. I have never read anything written by either of them. I wrote this poem during a down time dealing with a lovely safe ale supervisor that was truly ugly inside. I needed to write something to lift myself up. This was what I wrote.
    I am glad so many are inspired by it.

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