sherif monem

(Egypt)

Green Red and Blue


Dazzling Dazzling Colors

Green, Red and Blue

Green for the trees, shrubs and grass

Red for the dreadful fire color and blood

The blue for the beautiful sky, oceans and lakes

Green, red and Blue are known from set of time

From the time when ever man opened his eyes

In the infancy of existance when man settled this planet

Green and blue brings happiness and tranquility

For assurance and peace

For green brings to mind food for our daily survival

The blue for the blanket sky

For the atmosphere where the air we breath

Green, Red and Blue are cheerful colors

They are not all that colors that exist

There is the color of grey dark Sky's

The yellow sands of the endless deserts

The brownish high peak mountains

The white snow covering the landscape in winter

Nature not only awarded us with Green, Red and Blue

There are all other types of delightful colors

The fruits with yellow, orange and pink

Flowers with all spectrum of fancy colors

The red however is redeemed with the beautiful roses

with the fragrance joyful aroma

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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