Color's crucial to poetry. But as much as you might want to use words like "azure," or "verdant," or "purpurean" or even plain old: "blue," "green," or "purple," your readers (and editors) are eye-thirsty for new rainbows.
And they want shiny words for every color. In every new poem.
"Impossible!" you say.
Not even the least bit difficult if you use this trick. And not only is this trick easy; it's fun.
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