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Casey Jarrell

Rookie - 21 Points (6/23/1994 / Deridder, La)

Corona Aurora


When I am in a frown,
I will wear this colorful crown.

All the colors of the aurora
decorate the crown making it
even more beautiful than the
sora.

The golden shine is as bright
as the sun.
This calm feeling relaxes me
as if I was doing something
fun.

Each color born of each color of the aurora
reflects the light and forms a colorful flora.

A crown that was born of the sun and crystals that were born of the aurora
has been given a name called the Corona Aurora.

Submitted: Friday, December 07, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 11, 2012
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This is the story of a queen and her legendary crown

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