The Sorrowful Kidnapper

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A prince is disappointed by the reaction he recieves after kidnapping the woman he wishes to to love ,and be loved by.

Submitted: May 11, 2010

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Submitted: May 11, 2010




He walked closer,

tossed me over his shoulder,

carrying me across,

the deep sea of clover.


Then into a forest,

he carried me far.

Oblivious to the horror,

that filled my cold heart.


Here we  are my sweet,

he set me down near a tree.

Here shalt thou lay,

til thou shouldst say

thou lovest me.


To him I said

My cold heart will never change.

The more time,

the more hate.

I stared into his eyes,

and spat in his face.


He knelt and spoke

 in a sorrowful tone.

Thou art a lovely rose,

yet so full of scorn.

Such a lovely rose,

but with too many thorns.


So he carried me back to my country,

my home.

And from that day I lived on,

quiet and alone.

Forever unloved,

no husband , my own.

Until I lay dying,

weak hearted and old.



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