I like the subtle depth. I thought I was wading in on an easy set of words when suddenly I was swimming in deep thought.You are good!
Oh, I really like the question.
kaleidoscopethe children haveso many questions
An interesting idea."fear has no colour"where did you come across this concept?
"Fear has no color" - profound. Deep, beautiful poem.
"Fear has no color.." Wow, what an awesome statement.
I can feel the storm rolling in when I read this poem-- you can smell the ozone and feel the thunder. This is very nice.
When I first considered this post, I thought of the contrast between the black and white of night and the color of daytime and mindfulness! You've done a wonderful job--far better than I could have. Thanks.Writing in Faith: Poems
You really make the reader feel what the sky might be saying. I always enjoy photographing dramaticskies like the ones you've described here.Excellent!
Hmmm... some thinking to do here with the poem and the question. Interesting! I'm new to One SIngle Impression and writing poems. Glad to have found bloggers with similar interest.
Love the idea of the kaleidoscope and the color lacking in fear!
Your description of fear, the way in which you delivered it, and ending question, leave me astonished! This is great. Thanks.
wow, the colours of fear!
..forms and forms in the kaleidoscope of fear..'tis good to take the color out of it,thanks for sharing.
I like the idea of a kaleidoscope of fear.
"flashing lights behind the eyes"--that is a wonderful line from a poem that addresses the prompt in a very artful way!
I'm humbled by your poem and the comments following it. Well done, indeed.
dang g.. that one snuck right up... and kinda shook me up!!... who knew the color of fear... awesome!!
like the turn of phrase "fear has no color".