A Poem of Pageantry

by abbya

The girl who declined to love regardless of my striking pageantry 
With long verses and whimsical songs blazing the face of the heavens; 
She listened with face like an angel with a courier for the anointed 
She smiled and spoke a beautiful nothing, a salient incredulity,  
And with her lovely coat she brushed off my poems of her pageantry. 

A Poem of Pageantry by abbya

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