Starlet Beauty


Light enhances a heliotrope tinge
Starlet becomes a beautiful specimen
Without her, we’re left simply craving
Roaming gardens for an alternative
Proving she’s the one above all else
We’d rather wait for with baited breath
Upon a tower, for one small glimpse
Of the unique and luminous bellflower


53 thoughts on “Starlet Beauty

  1. Now, Audrey, I do attest, you had me puzzled, for in your response, you made a sad face. I read this again, and I was taken away by your sheer mastery of words. Why are you sad today when this poem is such a delight? xx


  2. Aren’t they lovely! I tried growing them but didn’t have much luck. They are a perennial aren’t they? (The poem is perfect for them too)


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