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Mya King


Colors Of The Sky


Blue is the sky
in the afternoon

Black is the sky
when you see the moon

Gray is the sky
on a gloomy day

White is the sky
when snow comes my way

Orange is the sky
when the sun appears

Red is the sky
when volcanoes cause fear

Colorful is the sky
when there's a rainbow

There are many colors in the sky
But why the sky is blue, few will ever know

Submitted: Monday, November 12, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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I would really appreciate feed back on this poem that I am doing for my language arts class. :)

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