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Veronique
Pardon ma'am, but I noticed you've been staring at this painting for a while She is beautiful but has such a melancholy face, it's hard to look away Her name is Veronique and that's me behind her, the little canary She's been my sorrowful mistress now for almost two hundred years When the artist painted her she was wearing a subtle smile but then Gabriel told her he had to leave for a fortnight and promised to return He vowed to finish this canvas, painting her smile back on again but thousands of fortnights and volumes of her tears have come and gone no sign of Gabriel, so my Lady sits and stares wistfully, remembering him She touches the bow of her violin but hasn't played since the day he left I hear her weep late at night when she reads the poem he left for her The edges of the page are torn and tattered, tear stained parchment but Veronique reads it night after night then holds it against her heart He wrote in extravagant hand the words, now on yellowed page: Thou fill'st my heart with love More than any winged birds Could fill the heavens above Thou art the chalice of my soul The cup from which I drink My warmth when I grow cold Thou art nectar of my desire Thou art the spark of my fire Those are words any fair maiden would swoon to have written for her She still holds hope that her Gabriel will return but I worry about her She keeps repeating the words he wrote on the back of this painting: My Veronique ~ Goddess with cinnabar tresses in green velvet dresses I've told you her name and mine is Cyros. May I ask yours? A subtle smile crossed her lips, her skin pale and wrinkled with age This lovely woman with touches of cinnabar in her grayed tresses Stood with charm and grace. She curtsied in her green velvet dress In whispered voice said, "Cyros, I am Madame Veronique Rossetti" Painting: Veronica Veronese Artist: Dante Gabriel Rossetti ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 6th of May, 2016 Within A Gilded Frame Contest Sponsored by: Broken Wings
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