Colors (A blackout poem)

July 1, 2017
By Thisisreal_life PLATINUM, Manhattan, Kansas
Thisisreal_life PLATINUM, Manhattan, Kansas
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Favorite Quote:
"so do it. Decide. Is this the person you want to be? Is this the life you want to live? Is this the best you can be?"
"I survived the fire because the fire within me burns brighter than the one around me"


In the dark, we see nothing.

We call this black.

No color is completely pure.

The color fades with intensity.

Many colors are possible,

yet many are scarce.

We distinguish light from dark,

and determine colors true.

Red orange yellow,

green blue indigo,

and don't forget violet.

All seven colors,

the brightness remains the same.


The author's comments:

This is a blackout poem- the words used are from a paint color pamplet, called colors of the paint by Sherwin Williams lol


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