This weekend fun is focussed on PRIME COLOURS. We are going to HUNT EASTER EGGS and paint them in a combination of prime colours, namely: Red, Yellow and Blue.
PRIME COLOURS: Red, Yellow, Blue if you mean something like paint. Red, Yellow, Green if you mean light.
Please search for a poem by your favourite poet(s) which contains a mention of one of the PRIME COLOURS (paint). Share the TITLE of the poem, the NAME OF THE POET and/or ONE line from the poem which mentions the prime colour, here under COMMENTS. You may share as many examples as you wish and honour as many poets here as you please, BUT please differentiate between each entry by posting each under a separate comment.
How do you do this? Enter one of the prime colours in the SEARCH option at the top of the page and pick one of the poems listed by one of your favourite poets to share here. This is the same as though you would have entered a line from a poem in the search option, and it would then give you the name of the poet and the title of the poem.
Enter the name of one of your favourite poets in the search option and when you have his/her list of poems on the page, click on the TITLE heading on the page. It will then sort the list of titles in alphabetical order. Then you may easily search for RED/YELLOW/BLUE down the list.
by David Williams
Red Admirals and all that
For completion sake, I am quoting the full poem here. You only need to quote the title and/or the line from the poem....
Butterflies Bound from Buddleia to Buddleia
Beautiful Bows of Blazing Brown’s and Bronze
Bombarding, Boomeranging, Bending Blissfully
Breakfasting Behind Bushes Built Below Benches
Basking Bejewelling Breathless Before long Bringing
Breathtaking Bountiful Beaming smiles of joy
HAPPY EASTER !!!