Description: I have no idea what this is about. It just poured out of me in about 30 seconds the other morning at work. If you know what it's about, let me know. I don't even really remember much about writing it...
I think that this is all about perception :P Ha ha get it? But seriously, maybe the colors themselves represent moods...I don't dream in black and white, my dreams are very colorful...sometimes they're gray. But I sense that this is more than the literal meaning...I think I would have to read it again to really come up with a theory. But my time is so very precious and I have to comment on other people to you selfish meanie *insert mean face here*
Oh wow, this is another great poem. I liked it a lot I think the second and fourth stanzas were my favorite. They had a wonderful rhyme and, therefore, flowed really well. I am thinking i have to agree with Jaz. Mabey about perception. But, really, it seems like all of the stanzas could be about something different.
First Stanza: Someone who got everything they have always thought that they've ever wanted and they still find themselvs still longing something else, something in red. Perhaps excitement, an affiar, heat, compassion, mabey a person in a red dress or with red hair.
Second Stanza:Mabey someone that is very caught up in being sad. 'Emo' or something sterotypical, 'I am gothic and sad, feel sorry for me.' And they have given all of the nessecary things to fit into this personality and still they wonder why they are not happy and why they do not fill fullfilled as they had hoped to by becomeing this sterotype.
Third Stanza:Mabey a terribly sad teenager that has told many lies and hurt many people (Silver toung) by doing so. And they bleed, hmmm...what does blue personify, sadness, or something. After I look it up it seems that blue is generaly percived as a symbol for stregnth or stability, so mabey this person is seemingly happy and strong, but when she is alone she is scared weak and she is afraid to not be strong.
Fourth Stanza:Mabey personifying the someone's view of the world. A black and white world would be boring and without a future. But they think that mabey there could be color some where, perhaps a better oppertunity. And tthe last two lines are speculation, will exploring this 'new world' be fufilling and leave me happy, or will, when I get to the end, will there be nothign but broken dreams, broken hopes. I like this poem a lot, dear Raivn. Very good job.