‘Til Death

They sat in their house
Alone in the dark
The fire was out
There was barely a spark

The red glow of embers
Was the warmth they received
It was the start of December
And the end of their being

They held hands together
As the light slowly drained
For worse or for better
No longer remained

But this they remembered
‘Til death do us part
So just like the embers
They both lost their spark

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