Below is the poem entitled Borrowing Hues of Nature which was written by poet
Shah. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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My sweet angels, am designing a new house for you
God, please may I borrow your lavish natural hues?
That particular soothing shade of sky blue
I'd use as my shelter, my roof would look good too!
For the walls I'll take that calming green
Mattresses of fluffy clouds, the whitest ever seen
Twilight pink drapes, my gal's Fav color its always been
Woody brown chairs, for my sleepy frame to lean.
A little golden glitter, from delight of the sun
A silvery shimmer mixed, the magic has begun
Let stars twinkle bright in the room of my son
A sky dreamer, he's always been one.
An all season garden blossoming blooming forever
Yellow sunflowers, violets and lilacs, splendorous ever
Crimson beaked robins, saffron flamingos, amber beavers
Amazing creatures and wondrous bottle-nest weavers.
There will be a VIBGYOR arc always outside the window
My children shall play hide and seek below
Air kisses, to me, shall their rosy red lips blow
As their scarlet cherry chubby cheeks glow!