Colors

Colors

A Poem by Nina Frank
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Recently I found out something about a girl, and it quite surprised me. She's always happy, and she's like a bundle of joy beaming positive energy. Well, obviously that's a mask.

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Give her space, let her breathe,
excess of imagination kills.
Walk back, be still, shine; 
sent her the rays of color. 

Her air is impure black, 
inhaling dust and fog. 
Existing, oh not living, 
for secret platinum shine. 

See, focus, accept, take, 
lush, plum, coral, rust. 
Combinate them, open up, 
darling, white will lead you right. 

© 2013 Nina Frank


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Nina Frank
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This poem brings to light an interesting type of event. Where a person covers a truth with positive energy. I would be wondering if infact this is how that person keeps from dragging others down with what ever negative energy they may be hiding behind that mask. While it may not be psychologically the most healthy option... it may just be the best for those around them.

Great ink! Makes one think!
Aaron

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Added on April 29, 2013
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Tags: #colors, #white, #black, #teenage, #girl, #life, #sadness, #poem, #accept, #love

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Nina Frank
Nina Frank

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Hey! Photography, music, dance, traveling & of course writing, inspire me. I have an excess of ideas and dreams, and one of them is to live in NYC when I grow up. I'm 15. Nice to meet you. :) more..

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