She Wept In Languished Moan
She wept as they buried her one true love.
Each day thereafter she brought him a rose,
the flower she knew he was fondest of.
Her grief unbearable, beyond repose.
What pain and suffering his death bestows.
Nothing prevented her daily visit.
She didn't want him to feel all alone.
When beside him her face was exquisite.
When weary she would sigh and then lay prone,
weeping for her love in soft languished moan.
Originally written on 23rd of July 2016
Two Stanzas - English Quintain, 10 syllables per line
with a rhyme scheme of a-b-a-b-b
Copyright © Lin Lane | Year Posted 2016
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