A Little Known Fact

March 3, 2008
It’s a little known fact that no green’s without blue;
One needs a prism of colors to make a new hue.
From other shades we draw to concoct our own tincture;
Others’ palettes are used when we paint our own picture.
What dyes trade hands between painters is key;
The colors within shape what each painting will be.
Some painters share nothing but dark, stormy colors;
These ominous shades darken the image of others.
Others, still, give a sugary, shining rainbow;
Like candy, this paint is often too sweet to be swallowed.
The union of all hues is desired when finished;
A portrait of contrast is a thing to be cherished.

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