Grace Virginia Kari
Life Is Black And White. - Poem by Grace Virginia Kari
No, it isn't.
Life isn't black and white, are
Those even colors?
You might say that
The color of a thing doesn't
Matter as much as the basic
But I say, a color
Goes a pretty long way
The appearance of a
Thing definitely has
A say in the value, that's
Why people stage apartments and
Build the fashion industry.
Women spend all their time shopping,
And you'll pay more
If the dye is to die for
As you can see, the
Shade is what we paid for.
And if it goes on a lamp, we want to be sure
That the hue pays it's dues
To the rightful tint of the room.
Don't you know, black and white make things
Duller, shouldn't you
Add a splash of color?
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