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by ChiTeen Lit Fest

By Sylwia Szopa

It was June
The sun had started to set
Painting the sky in brilliant colors
One stood out most of all
It was the color of the darkening sky
That foretold a storm
The same Iris’s bloomed
That you left at my door
The same color of the angry ocean
You saved me from
It was the paint that smudged your skin
And it was Venus
The world you came from

It was June
When your eyes started to shine
In the light of a hundred stars
And the tears started to fall
The color of which we were

I’m sorry
I’m sorry we were blue

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