In this poem, the poet brings a perfect balance of outer beauty and inner beauty. Write a few lines on how the poet brings this balance in his description.
The poet creates this balance by starting out to praise the woman’s physical features and then moving on to appreciate her inner beauty. In the first stanza of the poem, the poet focuses on the physical attributes of the woman. In the last two lines of the second stanza, the poet shifts focus to the woman’s thoughts. This is the first time he describes something other than her outer beauty her thoughts, which serenely express the purity of the woman’s mind. In the third stanza, the poet continues this thought by saying that the woman’s facial features her winning smiles and her glowing skin, express her inner goodness; they show how her mind is at peace with everything and her heart is full of innocent love. This gives us a glimpse of the woman’s untainted and righteous character.