‘Feel the Colors’
The thing that warms me is the sun,
That thing which soothes me is the moon,
Their colors, I see not, for I’m void of sight!
The Sun, you say, is so very bright
Yellow, orange, a blazing fire of light — but
The thing that warms me is the Sun.
The moon, you praise, is lovely to look at
Silver, white, a godsend to the night — but
That thing which soothes me is the Moon.
What’s a color? Do they’ve shape?
Can I feel ‘em? Are they soft or hard?
The colors, I see not, for I’m void of sight!
A/N: Thank God for having eyes. We take it for granted, don’t we, but only a person who doesn’t have sight knows the pain of it. You are blessed if you are reading this. Say Thanks. Be grateful. Appreciate little things.
A/N: Cascade is a type of poetry, that a poem that uses each line of the first stanza to create a refrain line ending the following stanzas. The Rhyme scheme will be as follows. a,b,c. e,f,A. g,h,B. i,j,C. If you want more stanzas in the poem, the first stanza should be long. I mean, if the first stanza has four lines, then the poem totally will have 16 lines.