That Paint Brush
Paint for me a picture, of how life’s meant to be.
Golden like the sunset, or blue just like the sea.
Paint it big and bold, don’t waste time with mundane things.
Life can stop so quickly, just with a few telephone rings.
Spin me round the spring time, swish summer into fall.
Don’t forget white winter, it has no mercy left at all.
Paint the world with colors, let the lanscapes brightly sing.
Gray’s not meant for our world, toss it out, let the vivid colors ring.
– Mary-Jeanne Smith