Innate Grace

Who says that women are ugly?
Who says white skin matters roughly?
Who says prettiness is essential?
Who says women without charm are trivial?
They must know, with time beauty will decay
And the innate grace will always stay.
Innate grace that is the supreme beauty –
Beauty, that initiates your Destiny;
Beauty, that preserves you when sore;
Beauty, that guides you and loves you more;
Beauty, that admires your success;
Beauty, that love you in excess;
Beauty, that saves you;
Beauty, that nurture you;
Beauty, that bears your name;
Beauty, that makes you complete.
If such is the greatness of beauty,
Then how can a woman be ugly?

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About farah siddiqui

Farah Siddiqui Matin, a Ph.D from the university of Allahabad is a poetess of her own choice. She is born and brought up in Allahabad and currently residing in Ireland with her Scientist hubby Shafique Matin. She started composing poems from January 2014 and published her first book “The Bliss of Solitude” in May 2014(a collection of 50 poems). Second Book “Like I Born in Venus” was inaugurated in 2015 that has 70 poems, beside this she has 15 anthologies and numerous poems in International and National offlne/online magazine. She has been also awarded “The Best Poetess Debut Award” in 2015. She has also nominated and honoured among 100 famous women in Jaipur, India 2016. She has also interviewed in national television in India. Farah has got published her poems in the very famous International American Magazine “Life and Legends” and famous French magazine “Levure Litteraire” in 2015.

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