On Magical Clothing Part 1 (On Stars As A Magical Clothing) Poem by Nathan Coppedge

On Magical Clothing Part 1 (On Stars As A Magical Clothing)

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Black may in some sense contain stars like dust—

Red may contain extra heat—

White is full of random energy…

Blue is more universal…

Purple has summations of energy—

Yellow has signs of life—

Green is deeper than it seems—

Amber, has met with strife…

Gold, has taken many forms—

Ore, has withstood heat…

Light, is not without a world—

Friday, September 8, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: clothes,stars
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
In the midst of the first collection of writings on disintegrals.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Subhas Chandra Chakra 08 September 2017

Gold, has taken many forms— Ore, has withstood heat… Light, is not without a world— Nicely penned poem. Thanks poet. 10

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Nathan Coppedge 14 October 2017

Sometimes I think of this as my best 'astronaut poem' - although I'm not an astronaut, I can imagine lonely astronauts far from Earth feeling reassured by this poem.

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Nathan Coppedge 14 October 2017

Thanks. Its nice to get feedback.

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