Who cares about how you look?
Beauty isn’t written in every book
Young and lovely some may find
Growing old Looks aint kind
As a woman the need is there
To have clear skin and shiny hair
But who cares about the way you look?
A handsome face could be mistook
For feelings deep inside
Life’s journey no easy ride
From baby to baby grand
We all need a helping hand
So who cares how we look?
A lifetimes recipe we must cook
And feed on love wherever found
Until we’re buried in the ground
Our smiling pics we leave behind
Memories in a loved one’s mind
Because smiles are our glow
Affection from our soul
We are not one but whole!