Work of Art

Work of Art

art [aart]

noun (plural arts)

beautiful objects: beautiful or thought-provoking works produced through creative activity

beau·ty [bytee]

(plural beau·ties)


pleasing and impressive qualities of something: the combination of qualities that make something pleasing and impressive to look at, listen to, touch, smell, or taste

Beauty and Art. Art and Beauty.

The two seem in lined. There is art in beauty, and there is beauty in art.

Artworks are well appreciated by many. Some see the first beautiful. Some think the latter is the best. Some see eye-to-eye, some others do not. Some criticize, some recognize. Some hate, some love. Some judge by the way the artwork looks- it’s too plain, or it’s too much. The lines don’t match, or the strokes are divine. Some evaluate the artwork by its hidden message- this art speaks to me, or this art depicts so much hate.

As to all things in life, nothing is perfect.

We are all created beautiful. We are all like artworks, different from one other. Each of us possesses something unique that the other does not. The only problem is we also differ from one another’s point of view. We may be beautiful to some, while to others- we are not. Like artworks, we cannot please everyone. Pleasing everyone is not really impossible, but it does take a lot of time and effort.

“I am a work of ART.

b e a u t i f u l in every

i m p e r f e c t way.”

As being “works of art”, we also are not perfect. Take me for example. Physically, I do not have everything. I do not have the ‘perfect’ nose. I do not have the ‘perfect’ set of teeth. Emotionally, I’m weak. I’m sensitive, to times that even I think I’m reacting too much. I’m full of flaws, inside and out. But I learn to cope with what I do have. I have big, bold eyes. I have long legs, and a friendly smile. I am kind-hearted, responsible, and...

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