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Black Color Poems

These Black Color poems are examples of Color poems about Black. These are the best examples of Color Black poems written by international poets.

Premium Member remodeling
Get out your sponges, stippling brushes and pens,
It’s time for makeover-Monday-night to begin.
Think Winky Lux, L’Oréal, Urban Decay,
Maybelline, Armani and Fabergé

It’s a black magic realm...

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Categories: celebration, color, creation, fun,

Premium Member Awakening
~ 'tis springtime in the meadow; out here in nature, all is wide awake ~


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Categories: color, flower, insect, rain,

Once I was told that blue means happy and green means growth.
That being said, I like them both.
Some say red is the color of love....

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Categories: blue, color, meaningful,

Premium Member BLACK


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Categories: color,

Premium Member Larry Legend - Prejudice Knows No Color
  Old-time fans called him 'The Great White Hope'
    Larry Bird had to 'walk the tightrope'
  He was no dope;...

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Categories: color, basketball, black african american,

Premium Member Salmon Tulips Shining
Sunshine was pouring
in the wake of black shadows 
Tulips clashed with noon
shining, shining, like full moon
Pink orange hues, like sunset

Midday quite breathless
when wandering wind has...

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Categories: beautiful, color, flower, nature,

Earth's main colors seem to be
Green and blue of every hue.
Soothing colors for the mind,
God gave His best the peaceful kind.
Reds and yellows here...

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Categories: analogy, bible, christian, color,

Premium Member Yonder
"I start my day with wonder to go yonder." 

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Categories: color, creation, nature,

Colors Edge
I received a red letter
	without a return address
which I read aloud
	from light
		via silver stars
	that painted the stark black night
		in hues of amber
	coaxed from a blue...

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Categories: color, drug,

Premium Member Catching Butterflies
The black and orange dust
comes off on my fingers
revealing the fragile mesh
so easily crushed
therefore brave

I was troubled
the color was so loose
so removable to my hand

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Categories: butterfly, color, courage, crush,

Why do you ask me why?
Why does the ostrich fly ? 
Why does a goat eat meat? 
Why does a cameleon walk in the heat?...

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Categories: color, extended metaphor, irony,

Premium Member Thoughts of Young Emerald Tree Boa
they must think I am color-blind or color-unaware
but I am aware, because I am an artist.
I am orange with black and silver markings.
how dare they...

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Categories: animal, color,

Creation Colours - Colab with Jo
Flowers with colours enchant me,
Buds budding and blooming,
Beauty surrounds, fills me with glee,
Nature’s way of grooming;

Critters with colours charm me too,
Paws dancing; tails wagging.
Talented tricks...

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Categories: 11th grade, animal, color,

My color is Black
My color is black, a color so rich,
A shade that exudes a fierce allure,
A symbol of power, strength, and niche,
In a world that's often obscure.


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Categories: africa, body, color,

Premium Member MELANINED HUE-
My color almond color
Beige, brown, tan
I am of darken persuasion
Realm of the purple invasion
I am Royalty
a son of the Father
Darks of brown to occurring hair,...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, color, environment,