Poetry

The Color of Loneliness

1: It’s red. As dark as blood that drips through our veins.

2: It’s blue. Like the sky and the oceans. It’s appropriate too. Even the color is used to describe sadness.

3: It’s black. The absence of light that kills all joy. Like death.

4: It’s white. Everything colliding all at once. The overwhelming avalanche of hues.

5: It’s grey. Not white nor black. Because if anything, not knowing where you stand is the worst kind of pain.

6: Gold. Like when the day meet the night.

7: Violet. Isn’t it the color of mourning?

8: A different hue. A different shade. Maybe not one color. Maybe not two. Maybe … loneliness … like love… has no hue.

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