The colors of love......poem

These colors cannot be seen by
the human eye
until love itself is gone

No matter though there are many
ways to know love
just depends on which
spectrum your eyes are on

The reality of rainbows and
where they lay my just
be the only clue

I saw a woman once looking up her
pretty hand blocking the sun
was that you?

And now you ask me freely
can't I have the love
of my dreams ?

Who told you I know the colors of
love ...someone's been rather
deceiving it seems

No sweet lady ...I don't know either


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ImKarn23 3 years ago

Hmmm...the colors of love?

Some might say it's .ya know - 50 shades of grey?


(other's would disagree...haha)

Hugs cowboyxx

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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Imkarn Now I would say that the color of love just might be the way the sun hits YOU as you stand next to that corral rubbing the horses nose ! See I don't forget !........ED

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Phyllis Doyle 3 years ago from High desert of Nevada.

Always a bit of mystery in your poems, Ed. I like this one. Take care.

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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

There has to always be mystery to reflect reality ! Phillis ! thank you ....ed

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chander mehra 3 years ago from Delhi

Very appealing. Skeptism, yes, as if the rainbow is shedding its pigmentation through the sands of time.

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vocalcoach 3 years ago from Nashville Tn.

...and no sweet man:) You have truly captured the colors of passion my friend. (As only you can do.) ~ Audrey

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Nadine May 3 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

I loved this poem on colors and I will share it onto my Facebook pages on the Language of Light.

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