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Lucilla Carrillo: Color Me

Color Me
Color me white, or color me black. Color
me brown, or color me red. Color me 
yellow, but color me to be just me.

Color me anyway you want. You are the 
artist, you know what to do, just capture 
my beauty and let it show through.

My beauty is not on the outside for everyone 
to see. My beauty comes from within and 
few people have seen.

Color me with the colors that you so much
love to use and when people see this painting,
they will see themselves in me.

The people will ask you - why did you put so
many colors on me and you will tell them - because
the beauty I did see.

The painting is now finished, the artist has done 
his job. A painting of many colors, that he is very 
proud of.

The colors bring beauty to the painting on the 
wall, but if we were all colored blind - we wouldn't
see any colors at all...

Copyright: written by
Lucilla M. Carrillo

Copyright © Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser | Year Posted 2020


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Date: 10/22/2020 12:10:00 PM

Great piece written by Lucy my cousin. Just because we come in different colors, we still come from one place. One seed one rib, we are all brothers and sisters because of both that God created from. Sister Olive, nice to hear from you again. Hugs Eve
Date: 10/5/2020 4:44:00 PM

you chose a wonderful poem by Lucilla which is so topical in the current issues in the world, I chose Lucilla too she was such a lovely lady and gave me so much encouragement, its so lovely to see you back Eloisa:-) love to you Jamie and James:-) hugs Jan xx


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