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Through The Kaleidoscope
Little rainbow world, little rainbow trees,
Civilization on royal gold soil.
They tiptoe like fairies.
On dainty wrists of blinky queens with painted lips,
A community of crystal creatures flow like seaweed.
Lady Emerald with eyes purple, flowing lashes,
Struts her stuff, muffles her ruffles, chin up.
Little does she know she's the keeper of a world.
Is slowly devoured like a cake.
Ingredients that have formed symbiotic relationships,
A lost life is a lost connection.
Rainbow land is losing its color,
Like the skeletons of deceased coral.