#OctPoWriMo Challenge 2015 : Day 8 : Color Me Up !


Each prompt is more engaging than the other. Thank you for the prompt for the day Tamara Woods – http://www.octpowrimo.com/2015/10/color-me-good-octpowrimo-day-8.html

Here’s the poem of the day:

RIOT

Out on the street.

There is utter chaos.

No can see,

the real face of another.

Streets are bleeding red,

but no one is hurt.

There is a riot,

but no medical casualties.

Boys chasing boys,

on a friendly banter day.

Girls giggling in unison,

with faces painted and sprayed.

Oh ! It is intoxicating.

Well, the happiness is contagious

in many ways.

The free-flowing colors of Holi*

make the skies crimson

and everyone oblivious

to impertinent stress.

Whenever I think of red,

I think of finger imprints

that you left behind

so lovingly on my cheeks

on the Holy day of Holi.

HOLI * – Festival of Colors, celebrated in March , at the onset of spring.

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