Her Accidental Beauty

Her accidental beauty,
A cacophony stood still,
A sapling in spring
Unaware of the sun.

A blooming bud
Awash with light,
Looking to the saddened sky
And catching an April tear.

Her lips two dawns,
One lighting the day,
The other hidden soft
Under a nervous bite.

Her darting eyes,
Unintentionally coy
As birds stop to hover
And angels combine.

Her accidental beauty,
A riot swept aside,
A breeze as sweet as the sugar
Fermenting as heavens collide.

6 Responses to “Her Accidental Beauty”

  1. Very well done, had a great flow and was eloquent. Great read. Thank you for sharing.

    Do you mind if I add you to my blog roll?

  2. dunstancarter Says:

    Not at all – it’d be an honour – thanks for the kind words

  3. thegatsby Says:

    this poem is amazing. i’m still dwelling on the last stanza, i think it’s incredibly beautiful and undeniably memorable. a wonderful ode that dodges all trappings of being cliche, well done.

  4. dunstancarter Says:

    Thanks for your lovely comments! I’m really glad you like it.

  5. Geoff Rindthorpe Says:

    You are the king of girl poems!

  6. Ashley Green Says:

    Thanks so much I loved it so much!!! can you let me thank you again?

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