Tuesday, May 28, 2013

365 Poems: Poetry of color

Day 148

The palest of lilacs, blushing white, the name a misnomer.

Maybe the azalea sucked up all the color, all the pink blazing.

And the fushia, petals of folds, yellow stamins, faded with the flash.

With the flash, the color more true.

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