If I Were...

May 18, 2009
By Nicholas Barile BRONZE, Niagara Falls, New York
Nicholas Barile BRONZE, Niagara Falls, New York
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If I Were White
I would be a vast blanket of snow,
Soft and Freezing Cold,
Covering the whole entire earth.

If I Were Blue,
I would be soothing water,
Gentle waves and christal clear,
Flowing down the long stream carryong schools of fish.

If I Were Red,
I would be dancing flames,
Burning like the sun on a scorching hot day,
Destroying anything in my way.

If I Were Gold,
I would be a precious piece of gold,Siny and bright like rays of light,Lying in the pot at the end of the rainbow.

If I Were Black,
I would be lumps of coal,
Sold and dark,
Used to power the huge engines of all trains.

If Were Brown,
I would be big busting bags of brown bugs,
Tiny and Creepy,
Crawling around in the deep ground.

If I Were Orange,
I would be a humongous orange,
Juicy and ripe,
Growing from a healthy Florida tree.

If I Were...

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