The botanical/natural imagery in the first stanza is lush. I personally enjoy the anthropomorphism of trees and water, etc. I like the short transitional second stanza addressing a second person. That's a nice technique. The third stanza kind of lost me with the mixture of images. I think it could use some work (and personally I am exhausted by the use of the word "collarbones" in poetry, but that's just a personal bias. Use whatever word fits for you, of course!). I love the way you use language. I wonder if a poem like this speaks as well to anyone who has not loved a man romantically. The notion of being ripped from the closeness of family/Mother and wandering through wilds, ambling back to cultivated roses and questioning the authority of the "throne" really speaks to me as a woman who has been in relationships with certain kinds of men who wish to dominate. Though I say the third stanza needs work, I think it does portray a feeling of despair and frustration that I think you were going for. This theme is nothing new, but I think you've done some interesting things with it.