Megan Lutz

Rookie (Lancaster - Ohio)

Colors


When people think of colors they seldom think of White
But when I think of winter it’s love at first sight
The air is cold and bitter no two snowflakes the same
But winter is magical and for people not to see this is a shame
For when Mother Nature works her magic everything changes overnight
When people think of colors they seldom think of white

When people think of colors they seldom think of white
But a bride on her wedding day is love at first sight
The dress in large and flowing as she makes her way down the isle
She only walks a few feet but it seems like a mile
The music plays sweetly then the her father takes her arm
The wedding was beautiful and full of charm
When people think of colors they seldom think of white

When people think of colors they seldom think of white
But when I see the clouds floating in the sky it’s love at first sight
They are always different never the same
They sit so peacefully in the sky joyful and tame
Just staring at them you get lost in dream
Looking at them you can tell things aren’t always as they seem
When people think of colors they seldom think of white

Submitted: Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, December 27, 2006

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