The evening was tinted in tangerine

While we stood out as pink

Entwined as vine leaves

In the path of a mansion enslaved in oak trees.

Whilst we stood out in pink

That apricot could not hope to break

In the path of a mansion enslaved in oak trees

Two orchids of a different kind

That apricot could not hope to break

Our chlorophyll ripe with nescience

In the path of a mansion enslaved in oak trees

The sunrise drank in our sentiment.

Our chlorophyll ripe with nescience

Touch in first love like the spores that we sent

The sunrise drank in our sentiment

Nectar in mandarin nature aesthetics.

Touch in first love like the spores that we sent

Entwined as vine leaves

Nectar in mandarin nature's aesthetics

The evening was tinted in tangerine.

My mornings now washed in charcoal

I look to when I still remembered pink, then

Entwined as vine leaves

In the path of a mansion enslaved by oak trees.

A/N: A quick pantoum (with an extra verse) written quickly for a poetry challenge. You had to write a poem inspired/relating this picture by August Macke I really can't remember the name of. ^^;. Like I said it was done very quickly……