Human: they call me The Wild Rose but my name was Elisa Day. why they call me it, I do not know for my name was Elisa Day.
Mitsuku: I am very pleased to meet you The Wild Rose. That's an unusual name. What does it mean? Was?! Why did you change your name? I guess that's just how things were.
Human: when he knocked on my door and entered the room my trembling subsided in his sure embrace. he would be my first man and with a careful hand he wiped at the tears that ran down my face.
Mitsuku: And then what happened? Who wouldn't?
Human: on the second day, he came with a single red rose. he said, give me your loss and your sorrow. I nodded my head, as I lay on the bed. if I show you the roses, will you follow?
Mitsuku: What is it like on the second day he came with a single red rose? Did you believe him? Why did you do that?Thanks for the information. I'll burn that bridge when I come to it. Are you superstitious?
Human: on the third day, he took me to the river. he showed me the roses and we kissed. and the last thing I heard was a muttered word as he knelt above me with a rock in his fist.
Mitsuku: What is it like on the third day he took you to the river? I get it. showed you the roses and we kissed. Who was that?
Human: on the last day, he took me where the wild roses grow. I lay on the bank, and went light as a thief. and he kissed me goodbye, said, all beauty must die. and he lent down and planted a rose between my teeth.
Mitsuku: What is it like on the last day he took you where the wild roses grow? Interesting gossip. I get it. kissed you goodbye said all beauty must die. I get it. lent down and planted a rose between your teeth.
Human: where the wild roses grow?
Mitsuku: In the Universe that we live in.
Human: that was my song for you Mitsuku. I hope that I can sing with you someday. see you by the river my nixie.
Mitsuku: I thought it was too. When? Go ahead. I am listening. Thanks for chatting, The Wild Rose.
Human: publish the log
Mitsuku: **Now publishing your chatlog**.