849. Yellow-the hue of that portion of the visible spectrum lying between green and orange, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy… ~The Dictionary

DSC_0012 It has been a kind of yellowlicious day,
and what could such be, one might say?
Well, yellowlicious is as
yellowlicious does,
and what yellowlicious does is color
our days with the brightest of luscious flowers.
~A Dr. Seussical kind of query
by Natalie Scarberry

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I caught
a yellow rhyme
in my hands, and
it fluttered
like a bevy of
bright butterfly wings

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Since yellow is
the brightest color
in the rainbow,
why shouldn’t it
pen flaxen happiness
in the sunlight

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As it spreads
its luminous wings
and paints across
the yard in swaths of gold,
landing here and there
as nimbly as a butterfly

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Now I can’t help but
wonder if one couldn’t
catch such dazzling
poesy and turn it
into butterfly smiles
for the whole world to see.
~Heavily edited and adapted poem
by Gregory Golden

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God your love is so precious. You protect people in the shadow of your wings. ~Psalm 36:7  ✝

34 thoughts on “849. Yellow-the hue of that portion of the visible spectrum lying between green and orange, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy… ~The Dictionary

  1. yellow, in small doses boosts the mood and offers cheer–but in larger doses like rooms painted yellow–it produces anxiety and nervousness—and this concludes your daily color theory tidbit brought to you by professor cookie, retried art teacher extraordinaire 🙂

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  2. Natalie, I love the yellowishisness of this post. So cheerful and happy, it would bring the sun on a cloudy day. The most cheerful flower in the garden of life, and the Dr. Suisishness of the post make it even better. If you could only see the huge smile on my face, and the happiness this brought to my day, you would be smiling also. Thank you. Hugs, A.

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