How does a beautiful woman respond to her jealous lover? Read the poem “Before the World Was Made” by William Butler Yeats (1865 – 1939) and you will have all the answers!
It’s needless to say that the inspiration for the poem “Divinely superfluous beauty” by John Robinson Jeffers might have come from the countryside he lived in. The countryside in Carmel-at-Sea was a great inspiration for Jeffers to write about. There is more to his beauty he describes. What is real beauty?
There are many ways to describe true love or the things about this love that makes you want to fly. Lord Byron (1788-1824) did it like no other in the poem “She walks in beauty.”
Do words about beauty seem more intense, when they are written in the French language? It’s up to you, to decide this. For your convenience, the translated version of “La Beauté” is also included in this article.