She is to be
Her being is not revealed by her eyes, her mouth nor the way her body moves. Her being is not revealed by any physical state. She is not known by how she is seen and looking will do no good. Looking will lend to many dead ends and inaccurate conclusions. Her being does not have a beginning nor an end. Her being can only be experienced. Her being is a fluid change of state.
She is not to be seen. She is to be.