Purple vision in a rainbow world
Copyright by Dan Windisch 5/20/00 firstname.lastname@example.org
Imagine blind men seeing only purple.
No greens, reds, oranges, chartreuse,
Just the smells of pink carnations.
No visions of peach colored peaches...
near unseen blue seas.
no x-ray vision ...
no ultraviolet... infrared ... radio waves ..
We are blind,
to broadband beauty.
All of us uni-tonal sight singing one octave soloists
of the broad band electromagnetic dance.
Only a single slender note
sends shimmering sight shocks to our mind.
Purple vision in a rainbow world.
So, if we took off our smoke colored,
dark, blind mans glasses ...
If we could see it all, what would we see
Drowning in rainbows of light?
On the other hand...
the beauty of seeing only purple can be more than enough.
Purple flowers do shine glorious, gorgeous,
with no eyes but ours to see...
Even amidst wind blown green grass fields near blue shining seas
that we cannot see.