At the outer fringes of the cold spectrum,
lies a different kind of colour concoction.
An unlikely sibling within the blue family:
the jovial one, the glass-full optimist,
a combination of misplaced wavelengths:
the sunny, refreshing juice of a citrus,
squeezed over the aching blue heart of a hopeless poet.
Somehow, you made the combination work.
But although you may be the one that got away from the gloom,
you never strayed too far.
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2 thoughts on “Turquoise”
A beautiful poem about one of nature’s most beautiful colours – evoking memories of the time and tides and caused me to read it again and again…
Thank you Anne