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Poetry On Odyssey: Blue Is A Color

Blue is all around us; where do you see blue?

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Caroline Parry

Blue is a color

I feel too often.


Sometimes it

Is warm,

Other times,

It is cold.


Always familiar.

Like the warm sunshine on

Your face during

A hot summer day.

Or like the cold, dry air

During a storm in January.


Blue is cold,

And blue is warm.

Blue is comforting too.


Like a warm plush blanket,

Or a hug from a loved one.

Blue is all around us.


What is blue

Around you?

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