Francis Duggan

The Fairest Of The Fair - Poem by Francis Duggan

Of raven wavy hair and eyes of dark brown
The fairest of the fair of old Koroit Town
A beautiful young woman free of conceit and guile
With the warmth of kindness in her wonderful smile
Her sort of person to say the least rare
Of her amazing physical beauty she seems unaware
Whenever i meet her she smiles and hello to me say
It is people like her who brings joy to my day
Perhaps in her early twenties near the prime of her life
If not already married for some lucky one she will make a beautiful wife
Since about her she does have such a charming way
I hope in Koroit she is one who will stay
Since people like she is in numbers do not abound
She carries joy with her and shares it around.

Topic(s) of this poem: beauty

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 17, 2017

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