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Creative poetry - Still Beautiful.

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Introduction

Carly Swannell Creative Writing Still Beautiful Flesh torn away from bone. That's how much it hurts, To see you wasting away, Watching this happen to you. ...read more.

Middle

So am I still beautiful? I have to look away from you, Your ravaged body so tragic, If only you'd been happy before, Realised you were beautiful then. ...read more.

Conclusion

I need to know if I'm still beautiful. You were so perfectly pure, Underneath it all you always are. So I can smile at you and say, Yes, I can see you're still beautiful. You're still beautiful inside. ...read more.

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