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COLORS OF SHADOWS

Poem by: moonphish

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wouldn't THIS be telling ?

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Submitted: June 24, 2012

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Submitted: June 24, 2012

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is there color to your shadow ?

have you looked at it today ?
was it stained an inky black
or maybe subtle shades of gray ?
 
or perhaps your shadow's rosy
like a blossom in the sun
spilling out in joyous rapture
from the deeds that you have done
 
or maybe it is greenish
with your soul dissatisfied
quite spiteful, mean and envious
which tears you up inside
 
some shadows may be bluish
with a melancholy tone
some make their way along the path
so dreadfully alone
 
or perhaps your shadow's yellow
full of cowardice and fear
if you won't listen to the truth
then lies is all you'll hear
 
or maybe it is crimson
with the jagged edge of hate
a dragon with it's breath afire
it's rage to demonstrate
 
i find my shadow's purple
full of confidence of pride
that brings a gladness to my heart
and makes my smile grow wide


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