Aisha Alansari (May 12th 1999 / Qatar)
Colours Of the rainbow
In this colourful, magical world,
7 billion people on earth,
I walk around them...
I see smiles,
but behind them I know there's hurt.
Sometimes, people are really mean,
Trust me everywhere I go, I've seen,
whether it's an old man or woman,
or it's a middle-aged man or woman,
or even teens.
You're beautiful, special and unique,
don't let words make you feel like a freak.
Just forgive and smile for real,
instead of going black or white,
go to red, orange, yellow or blue,
there's also green and purple too!
wherever you are,
whatever you do,
know those colours, in your heart,
you should keep,
even in your sleep,
about the colours of the rainbow.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
You're better than who's bullying u. don't listen to them. follow your dreams. forget everyone else. don't let anyone stop u. think postive
Definition of metaphors:
colours of the rainbow/colours: Your dreams and think positive be confident about them.
Black: bad(in the poem it says don't go bad)
white: do nothing(in the poem it says don't just sit around do nothing)
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