An Abandoned Bride (escaped Groom)

Left in fuchsia,
left awful,
never happen,

smiled and gazed,
waited until twilight,
never came, ,

left solo,
left naught,
left heartbroken,

no place to be found.
ran, barefoot and red,
eyes blurry with pain.

left me, escaped
passed strangers,
laughed,

cried,
gasped,
ignored.

no place to be found.
aloof In the dark.
a truant lover

bathed in wedding dress,
fling down empty bed,
streaks
down
my
cheek
abandoned at the altar.

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