Impressionist colors rising out of chocolate brown, stretching chartreuse necks upwards. Intertwining vines clutching each other in a desperate rhapsody of life, all waiting to display their Creators’ palette of pure color.
Orchid and yellow chalices hold the morning dew as all are christened in jeweled morning light. With blue and white snow you carpet the ground blanketing hillsides with hope of Monet.
Orange tongues of fire licking up towards the sun while jade blades battle as new growth crowds in. Blossoms hang full with a living harvest of yellow, awaiting transport to another.
Stalks of dried grasses stirred by the August wind, dancing to the rhythm of the warm stirring breeze. Summer now ebbing away in aged colors muted with brown, returning to the muddied ground once again.
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