Colors of a Rose

March 23, 2011
By CrystalBlood SILVER, Clinton, Connecticut
CrystalBlood SILVER, Clinton, Connecticut
8 articles 45 photos 57 comments

Favorite Quote:
"I'd formulated a plan. If you can define a plan as 'a loose sequence of manifestly inadequate observations and conjectures, held together by panic, indecision, and ignorance'? If so, it was a very good plan."


Intoxicating it swirled
That deadly perfume
While gently she touched
He was dead to the world

Form different sources
Comes the red of her lips
Lifeless his eyes
His hands on her hips

Such mesmerizing eyes
The lust that they hold
Brightly glowing green
As he dies still and cold

Blue light breaks
A last confession of love to thee
A forbidden romance
Ends and end that should never be

The red of her lips
The green of her eyes
The blue light from yonder
That was her demise

These are the colors
That represent all
Forever
Since never
For all to behold



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