If blue was a hue
If shades came in pigmented blues
Would the world recognize the significance of colour as opposed to hues?
Would living in colour stop it’s either this or that?
Would grey get a chance to convince us to investigate?
Would crashing into a slick navy
crude and lost at sea,
Inspire old fashioned candy knots to carry us all back to safety?
If black wasn’t so noir
Would fashion dictate less to those in the savoir?
Would flags become less patronizing?
and white flags more entrancing?
A hue is a hue by its very name
A colour can decide to change and play – a child-free game.
Would we see who profits from wealth – would we want to change this scene?
Would hearts come together under a purple strewn night?
Lovers take pleasure dancing in the rain, see each other in a different light?
Emotional attachments are often aesthetically pleasing
Only to the one who is eyeballing the muddied one’s high pitched squealing.
Clarity of light sought in souls and not in places of questionable heaven.
Admirers eyes to skies
Solid legs still rooted in the ground
Unifying all genders of brethren.
How wealthy we are to have a landscape of colour
Don’t ignore its beauty in the search for another.