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Colorblind

written by: Alisa Guttadauro

 

I embrace the Fall,

and through it all,

an inner peace,

to calm the beast;

of burden and uncertainty,

I watch the leaves dive,

from the trees.

Swirling colors, lovely hues,

ignorant of all who views;

All the shades fall in a spot,

a wondrous, glorious, melting pot,

never judging, nary a jeer,

Maybe one day we will all be there….

Alisa Guttadauro

Alisa Guttadauro

My name is Alisa Guttadauro. I am an Indie Author, and just published my first children's book. I have a passion for writing, which I developed in middle school. I also write poetry, and I'm a bookworm, spending many a day in the library.
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