Coloring Pens

M.Elbadawi By M.Elbadawi, 30th Mar 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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I am a coloring pen that paints the life of others, but I can’t paint myself. I am blind in this world of artificial colors. I live in a world of spiritual colors that colorize the inner selves of others. I have only one color that is chosen for me, but I can’t change it. This is the color of my destiny.

Coloring Pens

I am a coloring pen that paints the life of others
But I am blind in this world of artificial colors

I have only one color that is chosen for me
I believe this is the color of my written destiny

Behind the shadow of that color is a cultural inheritance
Through which I see spiritual colors of PATIENCE, tolerance and acceptance

It does not matter if I am white, black or brown
All coloring pens have the same color deep down

It is the color of the bone
One color can not paint the picture alone

All colors in the rainbow blend together into a unified whole
Underneath every skin tone is a colorless soul

We are soulful coloring pens with divine colors
We colorize the inner selves of others

We need each other to complete the painting
Because one day all tonal differences will be fading away and fainting

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Acceptance, Destiny, Patience, Tolerance

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author avatar Funom Makama
31st Mar 2012 (#)

nice work

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
31st Mar 2012 (#)

When we cannot accept all as same and entitled to the same environment, we deny the existence of the Creator himself. This is one of the main issues that I write often about. Some just cannot grow out of primeval thoughts. Thanks for the share, Elbadawi - siva

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author avatar M.Elbadawi
17th Apr 2012 (#)

Thank you all for your feedback.

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