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Apr 13
Waves of blue,
Given life by deep green and umber hue.
Or perhaps made new;
Being complementary to.
Lavish swells basked in their own touch
Of golden efficacious sunlight;
Streaming down as a translucent river,
Eminently severing itself from night.
Violet and crimson,
Yellow, then white:
Surging forth from watered terrain,
Noble and petite statues aright.
Ruddy brown limbs,
Arrayed with scarlet and sapphire,
Synchronizing with achromatic breath;
Creating an invisible fire.
A flow of florid dancing,
Brought on wings bright and flush,
Saturates the resplendent landscape,
Encompassing it with tranquil hush.
Steven Cole
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Steven Cole  26/M/Pennsylvania
(26/M/Pennsylvania)   
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   Carrie Crusoe
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