A woman's beauty can easily intoxicate a man's heart.
Her beauty is not just her pretty face or curvaceous image, but also her style, feminism and gracefulness.
Her color and size in any shape are most exquisite, especially when adorned with the magic of a flower's appeal sitting in her tresses.
Her true beauty, though, lies in the tender valley of her heart where she displays her timeless values and priceless qualities…the kind that captivates a humble soul with living tears.
What makes a woman beautiful is her long-suffering for divine love as she remains faithful to lonesomeness, rather than share her sweet fragrance with an ungrateful lover.
In the poverty of her thoughts, she sometimes prefers to hide her sadness from those in need of compassion, rather than unveil her own pain before them.
Through the kindness of her glittering eyes, she is a rainbow sharing the beauty of colors with those who embrace the jewels of peace and tranquility.
What makes a woman beautiful is her warm, feminine personality, which gives way to her enchanting and breathless desires.
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