Shania K. Younce (4-18-1996 / Port Angles)
Pink can be ethreal and soft.
Purple can be classy and dark.
Lavender can be sweet and fragrant.
Gold can be rags and riches.
Silver can be bona fide and temporary.
Green can be different and stupid.
White can be pure and gentle.
Black can be cold and warm.
Red can be dreadful and sexy.
Orange be fun and explore.
Yellow can be fearful and tainted.
Blue can be sad and terrible.
Gray can be tired and enlightened.
Remember deception can lie at every door,
but you'll never know if you don't open it!
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