elizabeth zebley

Rookie (october 9,1994 / north carolina)

A World Without Colors - Poem by elizabeth zebley

a life without colors
boring and dull
black white and grey

no green
the grass would be dull
the leaves would not be colors

no yellow
the sun would not shine
summer heat would become cold

no blue
like the water in a pool
or the sky on a nice day

no rainbow
where would the colors go after rain
what would we look at

a world without colors
i dont like that at all
im greatfull that there are colors in my world

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 21, 2008



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