,.',;.',; ,'.;,;.' ,;.',; ,;.;, ,.,. ,.; ,; ; . Her blue eyes shed the palest of blue tears, over cheeks that blew semi-warm air, into numb blue fingers, to stay warm.
In a blue nightgown, shivering hard as she squatted in a frozen puddle of blue ice, insulated only by snow, that cast her blue shadow, illuminated by a blue moon.
Tiny blue lips mumbled "I'm sorry!" to a closed and locked door, just past the blue curtain that never budged, hours after hoping praying it would.
Earlier when the blue sky faded to black, in a haze of blue cigarette smoke, and a nasty drunken rage, one unreasonable heart, and a hard booted foot, pushed this nine year old from her daddies house.
Cursing a blue streak, as he staggered off to his couch to sleep away his whiskey blues.
Inebriated he forgot his little girl blue, who eventually feel asleep, only to be frozen into blue veined flesh, in the snow muffled back yard.
Come mourning blue lights flashed, and men in blue removed, the worthless father of that little blue girl, as paramedics shook their heads, and covered her in white sheets, under which the blue of her iced, crystal blue flesh, soaked it to a grayish blue stain.
Her eyes stared up through it's soft warm cotton into eternity forever young.