I don't see shades of absorption I live life with limitations of vision season's colors, different hues yet what I feel creates values for lifetimes it's a matter of perception that becomes high inspiration for masses they show you orange, suppress blue Black, white are a canvas untrue -illusions they want to crush me with their might I cast shadows on their highlights -deemed classes
The Compound Word Verse is a poetry form invented by Margaret R. Smith
that consists of five 3-line stanzas, for a total of 15 lines.
The last line of each stanza ends in a compound word and
these compound words share a common stem word which is taken from the title.
The Compound Word Verse has a set rhyme scheme and meter as follows:
Rhyme Scheme: aab