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Green brings memories
Green touch’s the horizon
To the ground and brings
Them together as one

Green shows life, vigor, thoughts
Life brings hopes, dreams, ideas

Shades upon shades
Each with a different face
Green’s meaning’s spread throughout them

Freshly cut lawns
My cousins masterpiece at age nine
Dragons spotting green scales
In my favorite fable

Grandma’s special snap peas
And walks through the pasture
This face of green is where
My heart and soul truly are

The book of algorithms
With all its problems and solutions
It’s a lighter green
Yet it never fails it vex and annoy me.

Really thought about,
Green is simply a mask for blue and yellow
A shield for its friends,
Always there.

Green guides with
Street signs ‘exit’ and ‘Downingtown dr.’
Followed by a flashing green light
Always saying GO

Green comforts me
A warm knit handmade pattern
Around me snug and tight
Green is my shelter





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Guywithpoems said...
Jan. 5 at 11:23 am
I also have a poem about Green but I gotta use almost all of the figurative languages Green is mother nature The color of the lively plants It is the animals' supermarket She has the world's greatest apples, apricots and almonds Green is mother nature Sometimes green can be as small as a lonely tree Sometimes green can be as large as an untamable jungle Those that could fit millions of mansions She can listen to trillions of animals for relaxation Such as birds who are the sky&a... (more »)
 
Sarbear This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Feb. 23, 2010 at 7:03 pm
I sure hope you got an "A"!
 
nikki1574 replied...
Feb. 24, 2010 at 5:24 pm
thanks! haha i did, my teacher really liked it=)
 
Sarbear This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. replied...
Feb. 24, 2010 at 6:01 pm
That's cool! I'm glad you liked my poem, too.
 
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