True Colors by Paula Puolakka

Quaz | Jul 27th, 2019 | poetry | No Comments


If I was a bird,
how would I see the world?

We humans
do not have the same kind of
UV vision as the birds,
but it’s obvious
we too have our personal views
when evaluating
other human beings.

I see the white light:
your true color is the color
of the Crown chakra,
even though the others
have stated that your aura
is black.

Poet Bio

Paula Puolakka (1982) is a Beat poet, writer, and MA (History of Science and Ideas.) In March 2019, she was given the second prize in Dreamers & MLK poetry contest (NC, USA.) In April 2019, two of her essays were given credit from the contests held in Finland and in June 2019, her poem was given an honorable mention by Tiny Spoon Literary Magazine. Puolakka’s work has been, for example, displayed through Woody Guthrie Poets (OK, USA,) Former People’s blog, Poetry Potion, Arts Quarter Books, the Asexual, Voice of Eve, the Cathal Bui Festival (Ireland,) Edify Fiction, Genre: Urban Arts, The Reader/Author Connection Magazine, Hakehila (Finland,) Nine Muses Poetry, Brave & Reckless, Re:fiction, Literative, Kokoro (Finland,) The Femme Oasis, The Third Word Press, Michael Terence Publishing, and Hallaus (Finland.)

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