Sex And Colours - Poem by Christina Ader
The White/Red came up, once strolling around.
The bluish Black in langour, sipping wine.
Flash. They both rushed, blending.
Music started, no pause, no hesitation.
The White feature illuminated Black,
Revealing extra deep hues
Of purple and blood burgundy.
White in Black provoked electric impact,
Like the Big Bang it banged and
All the hues jumped out of the endlessness.
It whirled orange, pink and royal blue.
Squeezed lime green, plenty of flaming beige
And emerald with turquoise.
They melted, fingered down in stripes, merged.
Passion of high degree and colour scheme.
Splash. Of White. And smile. And laugh.
Please, open the window. Add some yellow.
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