Paint Chip Poetry

A creative poetry series!

This series is pretty simple, I post 4 colours of paint with their names and I use those names in a poem. I decided to add two extra rules for myself. First, if there are more than two words, I keep them together, only allowing punctuation to separate the words. And secondly, I use the words in the order in which they appear.

If you want to join in on the fun, feel free to create your own poem inspired by the colours below. Either drop it into the comments or link this post to your own so I can read itย ๐Ÿ™‚

My coffin will be bedazzled
My body aged to perfection
A group of people outside,
Chosen for reasons of rejection
Not needed to shed their tears
Only those who I deeply cherished
Can attend the celebrations
Once I have gone and perished
A lovely service with friends and fam
A scent in the air of passion fruit
All dolled up in a jewelled coffin
Even in death the picture of cute.

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10 thoughts on “Paint Chip Poetry

  1. He was like 15 year old cheddar, aged to perfection.
    She bedazzled him with her alluring eyes.
    A relationship cherished, since that first date.
    Their passion was as passionate as a goblet of passion fruit wine.
    They have stood the test of time.

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  2. Pingback: Cherished (a Paint Chip Poem) – Montyโ€™s Blahg

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