Treasure Island

Joshua Allen

(7 April / Isabella Plains, Canberra, Australia, Earth, Solar system, Milky way Galaxy)

If Evil Was A Colour


If evil was a colour
what colour would it be?
Would it be the colour
of a red sea.

Or would it be yellow,
of the sun and stars?
Because evil somtimes seems,
like an alien from mars.

Would it be a dark colour,
Something like black or grey?
Sometimes the darkness in peoples hearts,
is somthing like a ray.

Could it be a blue,
Deep and dark it is?
Because evil is just sadness,
Freed in anger like a fizz.

Evil has no colour,
Not black, blue nor red.
The only thing that evil is,
Is something full of dread.

Submitted: Thursday, November 21, 2013
Edited: Sunday, November 24, 2013

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I thought of this topic while walking to school today. This is just what i decided to write about it.

What colour SHOULD evil be?

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