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Katniss Everdeen


Just Beyond The Rainbow


Just beyond the rainbow
Where the birds fly free,
Is a whole new world for us
A place for you and me
A place we can call home
A place that holds our destiny

Just beyond the rainbow
Is where I will wait
For you to follow
Follow me, and our fate
Away from the cruel world
Where we can live together, as soul mates

Just beyond the rainbow
You will find forgiveness, and peace
I will meet you
Where you'll feel your problems release
And the pain,
Oh, the pain, it starts to decrease

Just beyond the rainbow
Is where I am waiting now
For you to join me in heaven
For the goddess to allow
You to die with me
And together, travel to a place that's... wow!

Submitted: Monday, February 01, 2010

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