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7/28/2012 10:27:45 PM

Luis Martinez-Rivera
Posts: 5
Nothingness-
pure,
vibrant,
black-and-white.

Oh-
the brightest you say?

Oh-
elegant you believe?

Have you ever,
wished upon a star?

Constellations,
the true color,
of canvas,
that is the sky!

A dark sea,
black-and-white
twinkle,
light and bright.

Black-
White-
Oh!

Orion's belt....

A little to the left.

A little to the right.

True color,
in black-and-white.
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