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A Color In Your Rainbow
by Manan Katohora
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  As I sit here, watching the clock tick
Thoughts of you surround my cells,
Your voice haunts my soul,
And heart asks for more.
I slip away in a world unknown to me
That I can close my eyes and make you walk through that door.
Your presence where I need, am in that state indeed.
Look what you have done to me
And you tell me you don't know.

Even when I write this
I hold the pen, I control my hand.
And then I lose it all,
This never happened before.
It usually takes more than a look,
More than a talk, and not mere touch to enter my heart,
Walk that path and make my feelings to pour!
Seems to me I have written some stuff
Pure like my veins flow
Yet may not mean enough
To be a color in your rainbow!

So you can leave my hand and go apart.
Or carry me like a fire in your heart.
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May 18, 2001
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