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This piece took place in a very happy setting (a garden) yet the tone of the peice was sad. This made it a delightfully unique writing style. I loved the descriptions of the flowers when they were alive as well as when they were wilting and finally died. You had some great symbolism and vivid descriptions here.
If you want, you can add some lines that would make this poem more specific. I wonder why the speaker of the poem is waiting in the garden. You could perhaps add a hint for what the reason is. I interpreted it to be someone who is mourning the death of a loved one and can't get over it. They are in denial about the death and think that the loved one can return. The imagery of the dying flowers kind of relates to my interpretation. But there are many other intepretations. Like perhaps the person who the speaker is waiting for is someone who they love romantically who they broke up with. Or a friend who they were close to who betrayed them. If you like keeping your poems open-ended, then I don't think there's anything you need to add. But if you want the reader to get at a specific interpretation, you can make it more specific.
This was a breathtaking poem. I enjoyed this from start to finish. The message was lovely. I also really like the title. I feel like it suits this piece perfectly. Keep writing. I gave you a follow as I really enjoyed this piece as well some of your short poems.