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Kiara Davar


Your Third Color


I was your third colour
I lived in your ways
Your were my honour
You were pride
My Lord please take away my soul

I've celebrated every Christmas with you
I've celebrated every New Year with you
I've made my home in your trees shadow
You can turn every back against me now
But you'll come back to me
You can bet on it

You were the ground underneath me
You were the sugar in my coffee
You were my Juliet
I was your Romeo

Don't ever be angry with me
Only consol with me
No one has ever understood our relation

I was your third colour
I lived in your ways
Your were my honour
You were pride
My Lord please take away my soul

Submitted: Thursday, March 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 22, 2013

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