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The Smell Of Colors.

Jest and youthful jollity, I'm seeking the dazzling sights. White pimpled dews hug on the greeny grasses. Black flowers of tiny ants kissing other cheeks. Golden daffodils lurking under the brown-mushrooms. Violet flowers peeping from the nest of eggs. Meroon seeds jungle and spliting slowly. Grey squirrels gnawing and fighting for orange carrot. Red berries oscillating by the soft wind. Orange daisies dreaming about their bride-groom. Pink rose buds shivering often the touch of moths. Coral flowers sleeping on the bed of soil. Purple sky attracted by the pleasant songs of birds. Yellow butterflies pranked and jumping over the tendril. Classic scenery spread everywhere! Over! the smell of colors but my blossom heart wet!!!!!!!!!!

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