The last kiss with death.

The haunting, inimical sound of padded hooves,
Was my alacrity last midnight,
Something in inebriation of fail accompli,
The goad inchoating for ephemeral.

I fully aghast, went cray in demeanor,
Perplexed to see that adorb tramp,
With thunder, gale and avalanche,
She jerked and scrambled to make me cowed.

She had a invitation for solemn,
But I was full of conformism,
With dint and detest I averted,
And asked her to pardon me.

Like a soloist with warble,
She reprimanded and dabbed me,
With the warm and cuddle hug,
She kissed me on my lips.

This byous act of feisty from her,
Made me slump on her woo,
With speculating exhilaration,
We tied the knot with each other.

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