As a beautiful cool breeze poked us softly
Me and my sisters let go of our hands
And fly away with the flow
As far as our souls want to go.
As I was floating on air
I met a lot of strangers
One among them caught my sight
His pinkish glow was soothing and bright.
At dusk, in the park, sun leaves her darling sky
Intense kisses, and sky blushes red and orange
He rests on the bench, post lights often blink
Beside him I’m melting, blushing shades of pink.
Morning breeze comes back, we fly again
Shimmering stars helped me to make him friends
We laugh, we smile, he says, “Get lost with me”
I say, “Looks like I’ve got your heart’s key”.
What is this crowd for, on our playground?
Eating, drinking, singing, making noise
Where did he go? He promised me to stay!
His pinkish shine can’t be seen far away.
The post lamps make a silhouette
The sadness it holds is not more than mine
As I found him on the ground wounded
Dirty, muddy, his sobbing was painful sounded.
He said he fell into a glass of champagne
They threw him away and walked over him
Kissing him I said, “I’ll stay, my love would never shrink”
Behind the dirt, his cheeks blushed cheery blossom pink.
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