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Word Color Poems

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


Premium Member enchanted


enchanted meadow
appearances deceiving
~ two blackeyed susans



Submitted on September 17, 2020 for contest COMPLETELY YOUR CHOICE (11) sponsored by BRIAN STRAND
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Categories: color, conflict, flower, garden,



One Word
Phantasmagorical.
NB
A series of real or imaginary images seen in a dream.
This word would be applicable to all poems of lasting value from the most divine...

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Categories: august, care, color, creation,

Premium Member The Poem in Green
It’s seen things the likes of which you’ve never seen
It’s been places to which you have never been
A dancing shadow to swift to ever glean
The...

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Categories: allusion, color, green, obituary,

the world that should be
it's the simplest thing we can do 
that we don't find it the hardest
life has become a survival yet God never planned it that way
we...

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© chui munga  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: color, absence, africa, america, arabic,

Blue Dark
I’m in his favorite dress
He’s watching me getting undressed
Take this body
Do what you want
Tear it apart
Dance with it
Play with it
Taste it, spit
Do what you like
Hold...

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Categories: color, black love, blue, body,



Premium Member penny


penny licorice 
kids speaking 
in black tongues



posted on July 9, 2020...

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Categories: candy, children, color, fun,

Someone Like Me
Born into a world of lovely things
Lovely dreams and childish beliefs

That in this word I think
I shall be treated as a human being
Despite my skin...

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Categories: childhood, color, discrimination, prejudice,

Color Schmers
Colour Schemers

Arab Traders excavated
Europe laid the foundation
The New World framed it perfectly
The rest of the races roofed it

This …
Inordinate economic concupiscence
Shadowy sham, animated by a...

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Categories: color, black african american, change,

Premium Member The Minnesota sky
The Minnesota sky

He's lying on the ground...
no mercy to be found...
He begs and pleads and says
that he can't breathe

The world keeps looking on...
human dignity is...

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Categories: color, anxiety, black african american,

Rampant police brutality against United States citizens of color first round
Agony, grief and particularly anger
roil these lovely bones
life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness
exempts those graced with darker skin tones.

Rather than raucously riot,
I craft emotions courtesy...

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Categories: color, 10th grade, 11th grade,

WHITE
The message is white,
The suit is white, 
The fragrance is white, 
The clock is white,
The road is white,
The car is white, 
The entrance is white,...

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© Diaa Adel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: art, color, love, women,

Dream World Carrier
Lost
in a mesmerising blue and emerald haze I grasp at oyster clad sea waves,
a clueless swimmer‘s quest for shifting sand dune castles my mirage speckled...

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Categories: art, beautiful, beauty, color,

Premium Member BROWN-
 Brown the color of the passive ground Autumn I'm falling leaves horizontal the waist by product the leaves leave me Brown blooms with the...

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Categories: abortion, analogy, color, community,

Lambda
I colour the pages in my mind white.
I learnt in Physics that white has every colour of the rainbow.
By wavelengths and lambdas,
It’s purple here but...

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Categories: beautiful, color, image, imagery,

White Bread and The Historys
 ( Because I'm precisely American but not quite precisely White, I have to unscramble some sensibilities from the oppressors language to convey aspects of...

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Categories: color, 10th grade, allah, analogy,