Black Roses

Black Roses

A Poem by Tsuki Usagi

Black roses sway

in the dreary dawn of day.

While blood tipped thorns

cover a valley that's torn.

The stem snaps in half

as people no longer laugh.

The leaves wilt away

as the black roses sway.

And the land dies away forevermore.


© 2010 Tsuki Usagi



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Added on August 17, 2010
Last Updated on August 17, 2010
Tags: black, roses, death

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Tsuki Usagi
Tsuki Usagi

Boone, IA



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