Alisha Ricks

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Beautiful Colors


What are colors? Colors are all around us, everywhere we look
There are so many different colors; yet so beautiful and radiant

Red symbolizes excitement, energy, love, and passion
Pink symbolizes romance
Yellow symbolizes joy, happiness, and imagination
Blue symbolizes peace, tranquility, trust, and harmony
Purple symbolizes royalty and spirituality
Orange symbolizes energy, balance, and warmth
Green symbolizes nature
Brown symbolizes earth
Black symbolizes power and mystery
White symbolizes truth seeking

Just imagine a world without colors; it would be plain boring
We would not be able to visualize
Colors give us feelings and thoughts
About what to wear as well as what they mean to us

I endure the different types of colors because they are apart of my life
Without colors I would be shielded and gilded

Submitted: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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  • Veteran Poet - 3,181 Points Walterrean Salley (8/1/2012 4:15:00 AM)

    Color is indeed an integral part of life. It makes all the difference. Truly, we don't realize how important the color concept is. Well said. (Report) Reply

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