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Colors and Hues

Colors and Hues

A pink blush tinged her cheeks,
That moment he smiled at her.
And how she flushed so red,
When he offered a flower.

She glowed more than the sapphire,
On her finger, he bestowed.
With promises of forever,
Of together, growing old.

She was a beauty in white,
As she walked down the aisle.
Her head on clouds and rainbows,
Hoping time would stop awhile.

Yet shadows lurked and consumed,
Lies all bared in the darkest hue.
She lay in tears each night,
Skin mottled black and blue.

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