"She is not
beautiful because she is art. She is not art. You can't touch
art. It sits in a gallery and is admired for a while, from a
distance before people move on to the next piece, the next
exhibit, the next gallery. She is not art, because she is too
much, too real and too alive. She deserves more than a fleeting
glance, a cursive look or a critical gaze. She deserves more than
to be put in a private collector's gallery, secreted away
from a single person's gaze. She deserves to be loved and
held and kissed and enjoyed. No, she is not art. She is better.
She is beautiful because she is emotionally, heartbreakingly,
achingly human. And she deserves to be loved for that more than
anything in this world."