Search for the Truth


See an object and A can see it red,

Perhaps even say that it seems surreal.

The same object and B sees it as blue,

Choosing to say that it appears abstract.

Tomorrow, they may both see it purple

And no matter the perspective, there’s truth.

 

Clouds of perception often covers truth.

There’s choice to see like A and perceive red,

Or you may already see it purple.

It could feel like new and feel quite surreal,

Or feeling brand new and almost abstract.

Then there’s the chance that it’s all just in blue.

 

Like looking at the sky that is all blue,

It’s simple and calm and filled with the truth.

Give it a flare and add fun for abstract,

Or maybe you’d like to search for some red.

Look for your meaning and search the surreal,

Maybe you’ll find that your fav is purple.

 

The rainbow’s colored from red to purple,

And often on a background of bright blue,

Great artistic perspectives are surreal.

Do we see an illusion or the truth?

What if your thoughts are straying to see red?

It may be your moment to be abstract.

 

Think outside the norm, try being abstract.

It may be your time to switch to purple,

If it’s not your thing, then add tints of red.

Maybe you need some time away from blue,

Whatever you try you will meet the truth,

Even if A and B say it’s surreal.

 

Take time to adventure in the surreal,

Give permission to try something abstract.

Try everything to conquer the truth,

Make use of the mixes that make purple.

Appreciate calming colors of blue,

And ignite spirit with the shades of red.

 

When life’s surreal, enjoy the mixed purple;

Create an abstract by mixing your blue.

Add a tinge of red and search for the truth.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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