BEAU GOLDEN

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Darkest Hue of Blue Poem by BEAU GOLDEN


The darkest Hue of Blue I feel today it's almost black
I know i'll never be with you I cannot have you back
The darkest Hue of Blue i feel i'm floating in the sea
The darkest Hue of Blue because you'll never be with me

I miss your gentle touch
The way you kissed me that always meant so much
I miss the way you looked at me shy as can be
You said you saw your father in me

Oh where did my reasoning fail you've left me no avail?
Oh where did my thinking falter after i begged you to the altar?

The relationship we did both feel like heavenly light became surreal
The times i miss them i cannot hide and you just silently by my side
The darkest Hue of Blue
true- you, hide-died, doesn't matter what i rhyme
I lose track of you i lose track of time.
Im lost between the words i am sublime.
The darkest Hue of Blue

Hue of Blue

Submitted: Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Edited: Monday, July 10, 2006

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