hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 30,190 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

All colors Poem by hasmukh amathalal


I read color’s significance
They speak for themselves
No one needs to explain
Let us take only dark for pain

Some color represents danger
Red may be appropriated for anger
As face turns red with so much inside
To burn like lava in areas wide

Green can be taken granted for peace
As nature allows us to remain at ease
Leaves are green and so is the life
Never to bother about life full of strife

White is for total surrender
Even no curse for offender
It is total amnesty offer
Even if we have lot more to differ

Blue is as deep as sea
We can not measure or sea
The treasure lies at shelf
We have to think so much for self

We may remember all in rainbow
That may force us to allow
And not to distinguish any color alone
But take as single entity and all in one

Submitted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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