"Viewed from the side, I often find a stunning beauty; yet from the
front, often mediocre
In the green I italicized a grammatical error.
IN the first half of the statement, you are referring to a Beauty
. Yet in the second statement there is no indication of such a thing. You must some how specify what is mediocre.
Although it is obvious, YOU are the beauty in the first statement made in the sentence, It does not say: that You (the allusive NOUN) looked mediocre; Or that you found "A
Beauty was used as a NOUN, Mediocre is not a noun, ever, it is an adjective.
"You are Mediocre" = adjective. "It was mediocre" = adjective. How mediocre was it?" = adjective.
**can you please write your sentence in Chinese for us too please. I would be very grateful if every time You asked a grammatical question, you also wrote what you wanted us to revise in your own tongue.