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The Colors of the Day
by A M

Monday, March 14, 2011
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Staring at the clock as the time ticks away,

The concept fades in and out as the colors of the day.

All the noise, the feel, smells and tastes,

Blur in and out with the shades of phase.

Reach out into the pools and feel them vibrate, pulsating on your fingertips.

 

And I could scream infernos that scorch the ground and sky black...  because I'm all tied up in blue.

Where underneath the red bleeds in flowing from the wounds.

And deeper there in, all the colors of soft words and tickled grins,

From before the new plagues touched us and sent us marching toward the blue.

Was there ever such a unstateable state as pondering the sentiments of you?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Andy Turner 3/16/2011
Bloody dark poetry, Poesque. As I read it I hear a sinister voice.
Your usage of colours is very clever, most likely natural to you.
The last two lines say heaps, even though the poem does not feel finished, but like Checkov, left to interpretation.
Reviewed by Paul Judges 3/15/2011
An enjoyable poem, Angela
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/14/2011
Mystical and alluring with words that mesmerize...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/14/2011
Fine writing, Angela, fine indeed.

John
Reviewed by Jason Wise 3/14/2011
I especially loved the meter and wording of the last line...it ties the whole piece together for me.
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 3/14/2011
No, Angela, never! I'm aswim in the colors of your soft words,
and loving it. -gene.



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