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What Is Pink

Pink is the color of a rose.
They come in other colors
But everyone knows
Pink is the mother-color of a rose.
Pink is a new baby,
The inside of a shell.
Pink is a cooked shrimp
And a canterbury bell.
Pink is peachboom
Gauzy . . . frail
The wind’s exquisite
Wedding veil.
Pink is a bonbon,
Pink is a blush,
Some Easter bunnies
Are pink plush.
If you stand in an orchard
In the middle of Spring
And you don’t make a sound
You can hear pink sing,
A darling, whispery
Song of a thing.
Pink is the beautiful
Little sister of red
My teacher said,
And a ribbon girls tie
Round their head.
Pink is a sash
With the lovely fold
You’ll remember
When you’re old.
Pink is a flower
On a lady’s hat
That nods and bows
This way and that.

Hailstones and Halibut Bones by Mary O’Neill

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Pink Pillow Poem What Is Pink Color Poetry From Hailstones and Halibut Bones Book ONeill Handmade OOAK


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  • Materials: fabrics, thread, batting, computer, printer, photo fabric, printer ink, love, rick rack
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