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#SaraReads #GratitudeDuringCovid: Poem- What do the colours say?

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Shreya Dutta

Hey everyone. Your friend Sara here and I bring to you this lovely poem by 10 year old Shreya from Kolkata. Wherever we are, whoever we are, there are somethings we will always have – the sky, the hills, the water… And they all speak to us through their colours. What do they say? Read on.

#SaraReads #GratitudeDuringCovid: Poem- What do the colours say?

Red is a colour, fiery and hot
In the setting sun of the western sky,
The signal to stop the traffic lot
To let the pedestrians pass by.
Red and yellow make  an orange shade
Yellow is found in the mid day sun,
When the hot rays make all colours fade
Yellow is lively and a colour of fun.
Quite  a dark shade of blue is Indigo
Look at the deep ocean and the night sky,
And the petals of Iris and Periwinkle show
The colour of the sky where birds fly high.
While blue mixed with yellow makes nature’s green
You get violet, with blue and red.
The rolling green hills- oh so serene!
And the fine grass looks like a carpet laid.
The seven colours together make pure white
Have you seen them as a rainbow in the sky,
When the rain is falling and the sun is shining bright?
As it bring smiles to people far and wide.

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