Thursday, May 24, 2018

The Rainbow of Life--By David Fox--United States

The Rainbow of Life

Red the color of roses and apples
Orange, the color of many fruits,
Inside of mangoes and cantaloupes
Yellow, the color of the Sun as well
Of daisies, dandelions and daffodils.
Green, the color of grass and
The stems of many flowers
Blue, the color of blueberries and bluebells
Indigo, a color which can be found
In certain sunsets.
Violet, the color of the eggplant,
And of course, violets.
All colors of life's rainbow
Can be found in fields and meadows

David Fox edits the magazine, The Poet's Art. For info about submitting and submissions fee, contact David by postal mail: 171 Silverleaf Lane, Islandia NY, 11749, United States.

10 comments:

  1. A nice rainbow you created David.

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  2. Dear David
    I enjoyed this color comparison. Great
    poem, fits well with its title
    Knight Writer

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  3. Thank you, David, for your lovely poem. An original thought about colors and nature.

    Best wishes,
    Inge

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  4. this is really beautiful, David

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  5. Peggy,
    Thanks for your lovely comment.
    Yours truly,
    Dvid Fox

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  6. Yancy,
    Glad you liked this, it means a lot.
    Your friend,
    David

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  7. Inge,
    Thanks for your thoughtful reply. It means a lot.
    Your friend,
    David

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  8. Jack,
    Thanks for calling this beautiful. I can't wait for our collaborative poem to appear!
    Your friend,
    David

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  9. David, this is a very nicely-written poem that touched my heart upon reading it. Very poetic and filled with expressions of just how beautiful God's creation is. Thank you for sharing this. Continued blessings, my friend!

    -MJ
    (www.creativeinspirationspp.blogspot.com)

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  10. Maurice,
    Thank you for the comment. I didn't think about God when I was writing this, I guess it just came about while writing the poem. God bless all you do with Creative Inspirations and I hope we both get more contributors because of it.

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