Some people say they don’t see color.
I look for others who do see color
with owl wisdom
and want to make abundant variety with it,
with us and of us.
I long to see more multiculturing colors
and less monocultural monochromatic
shades of ecopolitically grey responsibility
for opportunities at-risk
among those who don’t matter.
Some people see color and say “Why?”
Yet when I see that same color as nutritional,
wisdom might well exclaim “Why not!?”
Ask not what your eagle nation’s wild color-strong nutrients can do for you;
ask what your nutritional wise owl colors can do for our
way too monoculturing nation.
Or, even better, ask both eagle and owl
day strength and night wisdom
as if co-arising and yet nondual.
Some people say they don’t see color
but have no problem remembering their own,
and lack thereof.
I look for those who do see color
and hope to make far more wisdom of it
than I could ever imagine alone.