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I’ve heard of people who can’t live without the sunlight, but I’m fine with the constant clouds rolling slowly overhead, tumbling along in the gray light, the sun more concept then reality as it draws my shadow on the sidewalk with such soft edges that I can finally bear to stare at it without questioning what it is to be a man; I lived in the sunlight once, and it hurt, no matter which way I turned my head.
Even moving around the room was difficult, stuck in that gray space where reality and perception blended together, constantly fighting off the idea that he was neither asleep nor fully awake.
I think blue is my favorite color right now.
I’m trying to decide whether I like red better, or bright blue.
“It’s just that I feel so un-a-peeling today,” she said, looking down at her pale yellow skin.
The fluffy white clouds and the beautiful blue sky mocked the working man.
Blue and yellow make green.
Keegan joyfully selected all his favorite colors from his new 120-colors watercolor set and combined them into one awful dogshit brown.
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