Tangible Colors

Tangible Colors short poem

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Do you sometimes feel like
Seeing the color of your emotions?
Touching them,
Maybe smelling them too?

Imagine the urge to kiss
Displayed in bright Fuschia
Feeling like satin
Smelling like vanilla

Imagine your helplessness
Painted in Yellow
Feeling like sandpaper
Smelling of damp clothes

Imagine your rage
Your love
Your greed
Your kindness

All exhibited in a spectrum of hues
With their unique smell and texture
And maybe, taste too.

If emotions were so tangible
Would we be nicer
Coming to terms with our negativities
Would we turn wiser?

What do you reckon?

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Meghana Joshi

Simply loved the idea – unique & thought provoking! Kudos!


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