Treasure Island

sherif monem

(Egypt)

World Of Colors


How do you think the world without colors?
What beauty if any?
Colors are the gift of the creator
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  • Bri Edwards (7/9/2013 7:59:00 PM)

    i think i note an accent in your poems! i always watched black and white TV as a boy. i had no other choice. sometimes if i now watch an old movie (b&w) i wonder, after watching, was it in color? however color came about, i am happy with it, have written a few poems about particular colors, and i enjoyed this poem.
    but, unfortunately, the world is not all beautiful, partly due to mankind....which God supposedly made also.
    fortunately there is also beauty in people's minds and actions sometimes....even if colors don't exist. thanks for sharing. i now shall put the poet on my poetlist and move on to another poet. maybe i'll be back! (Report) Reply

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