Shades

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In shades of red, blue thrives,

In shades of hopelessness, hope thrives,

In shades of anxiousness, peace thrives,

In shades of darkness, light thrives,

In shades of defeat, victory thrives,

In shades of masculinity, femininity thrives,

In shades of duality, universality thrives,

In shades of one, other thrives.

48 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Nekneeraj for running the Photo challenge #330 on Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie. The challenge is to use the above picture as an inspiration for the piece. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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      1. Always a pleasure, I love the zone you are in today with the words.. you know what I mean? Like, I connected instantly to your poems, in a jiffy 😊❀️

        Good night then ☺️☺️

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