Lights Of Lights Poem by Alexander Julian

Lights Of Lights

Rating: 5.0


Red is white.
Orange is white.
Yellow is white.
Green is white.
Blue is white.
Purple is white.

Red is grey.
Orange is grey.
Yellow is grey.
Green is grey.
Blue is grey.
Purple is grey.

Red is black.
Orange is black.
Yellow is black.
Green is black.
Blue is black.
Purple is black.

Red is red.
Orange is orange.
Yellow is yellow.
Green is green.
Blue is blue.
Purple is purple.

Red is not red.
Orange is not orange.
Yellow is not yellow.
Green is not green.
Blue is not blue.
Purple is not purple.

How do you count colors in the rainbow?
How do you see shades around the raining bend?

Do you judge color from color or color for color?

Is it thin, is it thick, is it wide, or is it tall?
Where does its length rest?
May your color spread across others in light or hide from darkness?

You be the judge- you've had this freedom the whole time.
A name goes for name, a name goes from name, a name goes between names.
Of course it's material and spirit that really defines from missing definition or so.
Truth?
Truth?
Do you mean truth for truth, truth from truth, or truth between more truths?

Sunday, August 18, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: color,colors,darkness,dream,dream time,dreaming,light,lights,love,rain
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Bernard F. Asuncion 18 August 2019

A poem full of colors, Alexander....10++++

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