Fair-Colored Windows

fair-colored windows –
the barren break forth in song
better than words                         (Angie)

those rose colored sunglasses
only see love in the world             (Gene)


A Tan Renga built on the work of Angie. This poetry is inspired by the challenge at Carpe Diem.


About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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4 Responses to Fair-Colored Windows

  1. Love💗 the sunglasses. We should all own a pair such as these.

  2. Rose tinted glasses. How much we need them sometimes.

  3. That’s a sweet completion Gene. I like the humor in your stanza.

  4. A walk in haiku says:

    I think that’s what most of us need, those rose colored sunglasses, so that there is peace on earth!

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