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A Palette for You


Author: ladydeathstrike
ASL Info:    27/F/Chicago
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For Ana in response to walking heavy.


A Palette for You



No colors to paint with you say? well let me create some exclusively for you.

For times like these when your feeling blue and no color or image will inspire you to breathe, remember I created, collected and stored a set of colors just for you.

Dip into my heart and you will find the color you desire for I am here to breath life into this bleakness you see.

My lover and friend you are walking heavy because you wear the wrong shoes.

So shed the unwanted and heavy load, take a lighter brush and learn to paint hope.

The lambs will continue walking and the hawks will fly thru.

But I, King of Cheese will remain behind sitting on this rock, on edge of this cliff, creating colors just for you.




Submitted on 2012-11-08 13:16:24     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Whenever I am feeling low and sad and wish to relish in those feelings you are constantly and bloody relentlessly pelting me with your optimism. I am not angered by it but am instead inspired. To look at you and look at your desire to be the optimist is truly inspiring. I complain a lot about the things I don't have but I want to take a moment and thank life for the gift of having you as my best friend. You have taught me to hope. You have taught me to believe in destiny. It is because of our chance encounters one summer day in 2007 that I believe that when things are meant to be they will happen. That there is a road to follow and along that road you will meet people that will travel in this long and winding road we call life.
| Posted on 2012-11-08 00:00:00 | by Katrinagolden | [ Reply to This ]


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