Bri Edwards


Green: The Color... [Green Things]


My favorite colors are green and brown.
Green-leafed trees polka-dot our town.
Green’s the color of farm pond scum,
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thank goodness? for computer programs which highlight misspelled words....... though not all programs seem to agree. one program didn't like 'ain't'. this latest one was ok with ain't but not with 'ok', and it clued me in that greenstick should be green stick and new-mown should be newly mowed. well WHO is the expert? right?
i can't know it all in just 65 years.

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(Sept.2012)

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  • Charles Darnell (7/4/2013 8:58:00 AM)

    A funny, whimsical piece. A cross between Dr Seuss and Gerard Manley Hopkins (at least the first couple of lines) ! Enjoyed this!
    I personally find it hard to write humorous pieces, so I applaud whenever I see one done well. (Report) Reply

  • Valsa George (7/3/2013 8:08:00 AM)

    A beautiful poem on Green! I too have heard of green thumb but not green nose.Incidentally Green happens to be my favourite colour too! I invite you to read my poem- Oh! Green, Stay Green, if you don't mind! (Report) Reply

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