Varun Sivashankar


Observing Colours


Colours are everywhere,
Where to begin, let's see,
From the blue of the sky,
Or the green of the tree?

The lovely red primroses,
Standing in the grass,
Or the colour of shining metal,
Like lovely polished brass?

Gold coins, silver plates,
The lovely sunshine too,
A dance by the moonlight,
For everyone and you!

There are many colours,
One for each of the days,
And when we meet again,
The world will be a more colourful place!

Submitted: Sunday, March 03, 2013
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