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She Was a Rainbow

She had bloodshot eyes and purple bruises on the palest, white skin, And her yellowed nails picked shades-of-brown scabs from her arms where the silver needle drew red from her veins Until the day she lay blue with her black hair a pool around her head on the green carpet She was a rainbow...

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