Poem – Colors

Saw a girl one day, dressed in blue,
a damsel whose step could brighten life with light true.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in brown,
a beauty who was just fit to wear a crown.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in pink,
which made even the eyes of God to blink.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in yellow,
who liked to stay away from every fellow.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in black,
who was keen to be on the success track.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in green,
warm shoulders that the head could rest and gleam.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in orange,
whose presence in the heart left a feeling strange.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in red,
A charm, seeing which darkness fled.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in purple,
whose smile planted a cute dimple.

Saw a girl one day, dressed in white,
a princess when walked past, the heart took pride.

My dearest girl,
a new ‘YOU’, each day these colors, transformed.

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35 Comments Add yours

  1. Absolute treat to read!! Beautifully written πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thank You for that beautiful comment

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  2. What an alluring metaphor indeedπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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  3. mrgoodquote says:

    Seems like you had a great time writing it πŸ˜‰…… It sounds so well
    Amazing work Ravi

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  4. JUST EKTA says:

    While reading, I felt like this poem should be like a never ending loop πŸ˜†πŸ˜† So, I re-read it 3 times! Good work 😊

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thanks Ekta. Felt nice the you gave company to my poem 3 times. So what color are u wearing today :-)?

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      1. JUST EKTA says:

        Black πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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  5. Instant Beautiful and Impressive!

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thanks Gaurav for the feedback. appreciate it.

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thanks Sister. Missing ur stories. Been busy?

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      1. Quillpen says:

        Oh my…I am glad to hear that!!!
        Yes, after four long months, I hd the chance to visit my home for a few days…so I was busy with my family.
        Although I uploaded some rather small bits these days…

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      2. Ravi Sidula says:

        Oh tats good, so u will have some great positive posts comig up then. Enjoy ur time with family and thanks for taking time to read my poem in the interim.

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      3. Quillpen says:

        It is a pleasure to read your posts. Thank you😊

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  6. How beautiful! ❀️

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  7. Great work πŸ‘πŸ˜

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thanks Sanskriti for that honor

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thanks Ananya πŸ™

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  8. This was something different and novel, Ravi. Amazing thought.

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      πŸ™‚ thanks Vasu

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  9. Never felt colors can even be described in this beautiful way. So creative.

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    1. Ravi Sidula says:

      Thanks for the honor

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  10. Giri says:

    Looks like your neighbourhood is a great place for a guy to be in.. πŸ˜‰ Great work…

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    1. Ravi S says:

      Thank u, but the poem is dedicated to one girl in different various colors each day. Wonderful people make any place beautiful 😊

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  11. That’s a good one, Ravi!

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    1. Ravi S says:

      Thanks Zena for the positive feedback, appreciate it

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  12. Ravi S says:

    Thanks for the valuable feedback.

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