Literary Symmetry

“They” say symmetry is a staple of beauty. The more symmetrical a person’s face is, the more handsome/lovely they are. I’m sure there are famous cases – but I beg to differ – and this literary rendering strengthens my contrary argument. What makes one truly beautiful is that they are what they are, perfectly imperfect and, hopefully, asymmetrical. Yes, reader, love your lopsided face.

Hey! Go! E.A. Poe!

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