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Poetry and Art
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“Painting is silent poetry, poetry is eloquent painting.” - Simonides “the colour of a thing is the colour it rejects, the one colour it is not.” “A colour vibration is sensed not only through vision, but in many other ways. Every colour vibration has an impact on all physical systems and organs of the body, which respond to these frequencies.” – Charles Klotsche
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“As human beings we live in a world of colours. Each colour is part of a whole.” – Ingrid S. von Rohr How do colours sound, smell, taste? What is their texture?
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Colours and Word Associations like sound, colours are made up of vibrations there are good vibes and bad – positive and negative connotations or tones some colours are more visible than others depending on wave length (physics) and lower frequency or intensity
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Visible Sounds when working with colours, you are building visual chords or symphonies
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Some Standard Colors And Their Meaning Red s trength, anger, tenacity, passion, sensuality,  vitality, raw energy & willpower, health, courage,  protection.  It stimulates activity, intensity and  exovertion.  Red brings out the revolutionary and  leads into affirmative thought and action.
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Orange Warmth, maternal feelings, thoughtfulness, a very  emotional person & creativity.  The muddier 
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