Friday, October 17, 2014

"Gray" by Catfish

As big as an elephant, as small as a fuzzy bunny. Spelled with an "e" or an "a", it is the common ground between the most opposite of spectrums. Fade in, fade out, it is subtle yet appealing. It's a silver without the distraction of shimmers. Ancient in statues, but hardened in armor; it is most powerful in pencil, yet gloomy in the skies. It is like a stone that has been washed so far. While the hues may fluctuate, and the canvases change, my favorite color is always the same. 

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