What Will the Sky Say Essay

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What Will the Sky Say? What color will your soul be when death comes to you? Persian blue? Tea Rose orange? How will the sky reflect your life when death comes? Only you know. All colors come from primary colors, blue, red, and yellow. Color is everywhere, everything is a different color. Even color has different shades. Darker shades of a color make an object have shadow and light shades of a color make highlights on an object. The contrast of colors makes things look alive. The Book Thief has many colors in it and the colors make it come alive. Color is all around us and without even noticing we process the different colors in our surroundings. Colors give life to everything we see, even black can have different shades. We associate colors with words every word has a different color. Personally, I associate Olive green with peace and prosperity. Colors can also be associated with emotions. Red means anger or angriness because it is a warm color and we think of someone being very hot or heated when they are angry. We can also associate blue with being calm. This could be because blue is like water, very still and quiet. Color can be a symbol of something or someone. For me, by asking
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