The Shade of White

Dear the Color White, 

You are so pure, so simple 

So simple, and clean 

You are painted upon the picketed fences of family homes, and cover the peaks of mountain tops

So simple, so pure: like a blank sheet of parchment 

Untainted as my future wedding dress, and righteous as a string of pearls 

You are so pious and clear, 

So clear, and virgnial 

You are the grace and beauty of a swan, and the soft petals of a innocent rose  

So pious, so virginal 

So simple, so clear 

So clean, so pure 

You white, are a blinding smile, fresh whipped cream, and clouds after rain. 





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