Color Poem describes a color and uses that word at the beginning of each line. You can choose your favorite color, least favorite color, or a color that represents a certain mood to write a color poem.
BE THE REAL YOU No matter what the world thinks about you No matter how they critsize you Accept yourself with your pros and cons Don't change yourself according to other adores Don't wear a guise, in fear of others Your personality with your cons is even pulchritudinous You would meet many hypocrites Who are themselves in a disguise Let people accept what you are They don't even know who they are Don't let others to spoil your soul The real you should always be loyal Change yourself,when you need But never in others constraint If you are right,then what matters Let other consider you erroneous Soon your time will come Their guesses will make them remorse Sada writes
"When they first bloom, cotton flowers are pure white or creamy. Over the next few days, the blossom turns pink and then red before drying up and dropping off within a week. The whole flower lasts for only 5 days. A cotton boll takes the place of the flower, eventually cracking open to reveal the tufts of white cotton on the inside."
While thinking about how I could possibly capture the essence of life in three short lines, the cotton plant came to mind. To me it seems a perfect representation of aging. It sounds like a scary or tragic prospect. Our youth is fleeting like these flowers, yet to produce such a beneficial material as cotton - wisdom and strength - can only be achieved through growing up and shedding those beautiful petals, to make space for our rebirth into a new stage of life, as sad as it may be. Cotton is indispensable and lends to something greater than itself. At least that's how I see it.