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The color blue



Drowning water's
Drowning sea's
Drowning ocean's
Drowning me
What do I do
When I see blue
I look up to the sky
And cry
Thinking of the color, why
Now I'm lost
Now I'm new
Wait, never mind my eye's are still blue
This can't be real
This has to be fake
Her's changed from yellow to green
But mine are blue as can be
By serenity mondy

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My eyes are blue and I just thought that if I do a poem about blue it would work out

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