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Alliances of color Moods profound -all around us surround With a convoluted nature, I take moods in terms of color- To simplify and identify. Black as in absence Absence of color, no true cast in nature Yet in our psyche- it ends tranquility Makes us feel death, mystery and sexuality. On the other end of the scope- White is the mood of purity and hope The power of white brings around The dove of our Heavenly Crowned. Green grounds us, brings us back to Earth Natural merriment and mirth The darkest- brings strength and courage- the Priestess binds the hands in Marriage. Red angers us, enrages - adding a plus to the fire and might of our mood for fight. Aggression and desire are guilty in the pyre Of this energetic glow of fire. Tranquility and tears are the mood of this hue The color of sky, water, and security- blue. Vastness of oceans and expressions in music and art Brings out the fluid depths of our peaceful heart. Some roll in the seas of mood Some are stable within the caves of crude Some may try to alter- and still falter Whatever is a mood? Part of us- Given by God to embark thus…

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Date: 5/18/2014 4:48:00 PM
On one color test, I reject dark blue. I just hate that color in general. It's not a good thing to hate it. But all the other colors I like or hate are good things for me!!
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Date: 5/18/2014 4:47:00 PM
This is lovely, Amy. I have studied different tests about our color preferences and some of these are spot on!! Most of them I should say. I bet you are one of those who is interested in reading people's auras? I enjoyed this.
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Date: 5/11/2014 9:23:00 AM
I am feeling the color blue this morning...Wonderful write Amy...hugs Tim
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Date: 5/10/2014 11:22:00 AM
Interesting topic; nicely done.
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