Anthony Stafford

Rookie (Atherstone, England)

Colours Me


Depression colours me indigo blue
While lusts a sort of pinkish hue
And when I tramp the moors – it’s green
But the funniest colour I’ve ever seen
Is when I think in depth of you
A whirling, swirling crazy brew

excitement flashes vermillion red
while greys shadow impending dread
and gold tints the heaving breast
but the colour that I love the very best
Is when I think in depth of you
A whirling, swirling crazy view

Submitted: Saturday, November 09, 2013

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