The poem 'For Anne Gregory' by William Butler Yeats talks about how people perceive the concept of beauty. Very often, people are judged by their looks. There are stereotypes that fair, tall, and lean people are more good-looking. But these are just created by people and are not based on proper evidence. Beauty is a very subjective concept. What appears beautiful to me would not appear the same to you. Also, the so-called beautiful people might have very bad personalities, which contradicts the concept of beauty. Real beauty is how a person treats others, themselves and what they give back to society. Anne Gregory wants people to like her for who she is as a person and not based on her temporary features like hair and face. These are things that would fade away as years go by. The poem also emphasises that God's love is the one true love as it is unconditional and is not based on external beauty.