Beige, is not a colour.

From cleanshaven vegan
To bearded carnivore,
Like to mix and fix and tricks it up,
See what life has in store,
A million crayons in the box,
Though they say there’s sixty-four,
Don’t fool me with your silly talks,
I know there’s so much more,
Want to be and free and see it all,
Shake it up down to the core,
Do things I think I haven’t thought,
Too much world to ignore,
Want to sail away on brand new waves,
And never come ashore,
Climb highest hills dive deepest caves,
Open every single door,
People, places, points of views,
Experience galore,
Whatever direction you choose,
Life should not be a bore,
No new chance should you refuse,
Stop meowing and roar!
It’s all just sitting there for you,
What are you waiting for?
Don’t wait, create, go celebrate,
Life’s not meant to be a chore,
And beige,
Is not a colour.

24 thoughts on “Beige, is not a colour.

  1. Puts me to mind of an episode of Futurama, in which an extremely indifferent race of aliens issues the following warning during a crisis:

    “Your neutralness! It’s a beige alert.”

    “If I don’t survive, tell my wife, ‘hello.'”

  2. Love it! Great spirit and advice. Also, the positiveness literally vibrates from your words 😉 The ending is awesome and rather surprising too. I agree that beige is not a colour 😛

  3. Haha! You’re amazing! I had so much fun reading your poem! Have you ever heard of Sarah Kay? If not, youtube her. Your wide-eyed writing style, sense of fearless exploration, and refusal to accept conventional truths! Thank you for sharing this with us!

    • Nah, it takes years to figure this out, hahaha!
      Just teasing, thanks for the compliment, and yeah, young and old alike should be taking life by the reigns and seizing every opportunity for exploration and adventure and learning!

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