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Green-Yellow

#Coloryourworld #CYW #Green-Yellow

The painter mixed up his colours

a little too much in the mixing palette

as the citrus in the bowl

seemed confused in the final act…

 

Those bananas look like they’ve been picked too early

and are those lemons or limes ?

a confusing picture from the artist

to which watching you’ll spend some time

 

But the green – yellow colouring is perfect

to the greengrocer picking the fruit

he’s picked fruit under ripe – so there’s no room to gripe

while you wait for the colour to take root.

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  1. Colour your world – Month 2 – The Inkwell

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  2. Alex

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    1. inkdropk

      Alex….the piece you speak of is taken as a poem derived from Crayolas colour charts. its all about mixing colours.

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  3. Lindsay Taylor

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    1. inkdropk

      You’re reading a piece of poetry on my art works , Lindsay. Its a reaction piece to me mixing colours. The piece takes the colour from Crayola’s own colour chart, so yes….i’m quite sure!

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