Can you name something that is orange?
not one of nature's favorite colors?
tiger lilies; shasta daisies; roses; marigolds.
rainbows; sunsets; sunrises; the sun; 'copper' skies.
autumn leaves; clouds.
fins; fur; feathers.
snakes; salamanders; frogs.
foxes; cats; tigers.
a duck's bill. a goose's bill. a swan's bill.
a baltimore oriole's wing. a robin's breast.
oranges; clementines; tangerines; peaches; apricots.
carrots; sweet potatoes; pumpkins; gourds; squash.
and, maybe not 'naturally in nature', but orange nonetheless:
the phoenix suns. the clemson tigers. the tennessee vols.
my favorite shirt; my best friend's car.
a fun question - thanks for asking it!
oopsy! almost forgot:
home depot/#20; howard johnson’s/hojo’s; julius.
kool-aid; lollipops; candy corn; orange freezes; sherbet; sorbet; reese’s wrappers; wheaties boxes; french dressing; zaxby’s sauce; catalina dressing; marmalade; cheez-its; velveeta; cheez-whiz; m&ms; skittles; starbursts; chiclets; tic-tacs; extra-sharp wisconsin cheddar.
chrysanthemums; hibiscus; the grand canyon; the petrified forest; the painted desert.
safety vests; prison jumpsuits; buoys; reflective triangles; flares; lifejackets; traffic cones; warning flags; cable and telephone line marker flags; temporary fencing; signs.
raggedy ann’s hair; raggedy andy’s hair; la-la orange, rainbow brite’s friend; bozo’s hair; the mascot for the orange bowl; basketballs; crayons; hula hoops; frisbees; ink; paint; poster board; marbles; annie lenox’s hair; a clown’s nose; the faces and/or bodies of football fans; magic markers, tigger.
the corduroy jumper my mom made for me for my very first day of school; the neighbor kid’s hair; the ‘curls’ when my grandma first taught me how to ‘fancy-up’ the carrots to ‘make the salad pretty’; my cousin’s favorite high-top tennis shoes; my boyfriend’s ‘boss’ muscle car; the contrail made by a jet passing overhead at sundown; my little brother’s face after he discovered spaghetti; the blanket on my favorite horse; the cover of the janet evanovich book i’m reading now; my baby’s face when she was learning how to feed herself sweet potatoes.
my favorite color.
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