two roses

the cockatiel
 doomed and nestled
in corner of the grey metal cage, saw
 the responsible
lady for, this falling ambience
failed to cover
 anguish— her black ball gown
satin, as her
he cannot do worse to her heart

fearing him
and a situation
of past
walking down the cellar
she befriended darkness
riotous thoughts gushed
that eerie dusk
when two roses were extended
confessing his love
it itched her abandoned
soul

to her—
it felt new
bewitching to bear
for love was outlandish
as death is
 to us

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