Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about beauty’

Good looks crook our necks, but smiles wreck us. 

To cook and hook, just book the look. 

We trip on looks and stumble into marriage. 

A noble mein, a painted scene.

It takes a crook to get the look.

The surface rules the street, but depth rules the heart.

Consult the book to get the look. 

Looks may deceive, but under examination they confess. 

Look twice; it took the knife. 

Demeanor is a picture window; bearing is the wall it’s mounted in. 

Lovelies come out; in doubt or devout.

Everywhere lovelies; nowhere not.

Lovelies — they heal us from hatelies.

Imperfect subtracts nothing from lovely.

A hole, beautiful; a fault, exult.

There are many shades of lovely, a million hues in you and me.

Helping is lovely, not is ugly.

Love grows lovely, fairness fairer.

Lovely lasts shortly — mostly.

Lovely isn’t defined by metrics; it’s defined by authentics.

My lovelies above me, below me, thereof me.

There are lovelies yet to be found at the bottom of the sea, in the far reaches of the universe and on the surface of the soul.

Gorgeous — it’s torturous.

Taste lays waste to grace.

Gorgeous carries no guarantees.

Gorgeous, the finest design, and a kind and gentle mind.

Sublime and kitsch; it’s the same ditch.

What is at first interesting is at at last gorgeous.

Justice — it’s gorgeous.

Gorgeously hideous is the sacred perfidious.

Virtuosity is the house servant of gorgeosity.

The modern world bellows down aesthetic’s quiet hall.