Mia Peterson


A wold made of pink


It's just a new obsession
A color which makes me go insane
Pink is not any kind of fiction
Pink always helps me gain
Faith, confidence and everything I need
Trust, joy and a bit of laughter
This color helps me succeed
Pink is the color of my eyes
Only when I look at you
Pink makes me an angel in disguise
It's the color which brings joy to me and my crew
Pink is a color so mighty, so great
Pink is the color my face
Turns when I'm late
Pink is the color which nothing can replace
It's the color which I can't stop thinking of
Neither day nor night
Pink symbolizes my love
Pink is the color of the light
Which shines in my heart for you
It's the color of a wonderland
This color shouldn't be withdrew
It's the color of my imaginary sand
Pink is the color my cat wants to be
Pink is the color of the sun which shines
Pink is the color the world can see
Pink is the color which gives me signs

Submitted: Saturday, December 06, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, December 09, 2008

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  • Rookie Izik Alcox (12/6/2008 7:18:00 AM)

    Very nice, I'm a green fan myself however I've done art with pink green and black and it was wonderful, great poem and well expressed, nice flow and good rhyme. A1 (Report) Reply

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