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A Colorful Day
by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
Saturday, May 28, 2005
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A Naga Uta* about 'colors' - explanation of form included.


I shall not feel blue,
nor will the green of envy
set in this fleshed soul.
Let the orange of the sun
color my long days
with its bright yellow sunbeams.
Let my days fill with
hibiscus so red and full,
aglow in the sun;
and small dahlias so purple.
Spring forth pink tulips,
each tipped with dainty white lace.
My days shall then bloom
with colors of the rainbow,
and welcome the black of night.

Copyright Jackie (Micke) Jinks, Oct. 2003.



*The Naga Uta (a Japanese form of poetry) is written with as many lines as you choose. It is a syllabic poem; a variation of five and seven syllables per line. The lines vary in this order...5/7/5/7/5/7 etc., then always ending with...
5/7/7; there is no rhyme required in the Naga Uta.


 


 

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Reviewed by Emile Tubiana 3/20/2008
Dear Jackie, thank you very much for your kind and silent visit to my Den.
I wandered thru your Den, and I allowed myself to read "A Colorful Day" as flowers and birds are my daily friends. I love their beauty and innocence. I don't care how you call it "The Naga Uta" or a single iota, what you expressed is more important. Love Emile

Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 10/5/2006
Beautiful write...makes me feel warm all over, and anxiuos for spring...alas...autumn has just begun...but that's okay I love all the seasons...your writing is great, I'll be back to visit again..
Blessings,
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 6/10/2005
Very positive and warm! Reading this, feels like a warm summer day, in a garden with beautiful flowers in bloom.

Beautiful Jackie!

God bless,

Sandie.
Reviewed by E. Richardson 6/8/2005
ahhh...this is a delight, full of color and fragrance. Splendid work, Jackie...and thanks for the info on the form...I do believe I will work with that for a bit.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/4/2005
Another lesson well-taught, Jackie. Thank you for sharing the meaning of the colors in your offering. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by David Arthur Walters 6/1/2005
Well Painted!
Reviewed by jude forese 5/29/2005
i like this genre and poem ...
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/29/2005
Very interesting form. Nicely-written and much enjoyable.

Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/29/2005
Simply beautiful, Micke.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/28/2005
Beautifully done Micke!I love the color theme!
I like these! Had one up recently.

Love
Alrisha
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/28/2005
beautiful! :)
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