Sarah Anne Stinnett
He's Got The Hues
At times his floppy brown curls shield the world
From a fierce pierce of his wandering blue gaze.
He brushes them aside to see the swirls
Of paint upon the canvas of his day.
Between blushing cheeks his burgundy lips
Taste all the richness of candied apples,
But hush! Scarlet is always best to kiss.
Such a sneaky color, tough to tackle
Among such an array of hues-he grasps
At Her, trying not to lose sight, and yet
She's gone. She's faded into her one task:
Hoping, wishing He will never forget
How black and white the world can be without
The tender hues that love can bring about.
Sarah Anne Stinnett was born into a family of artists. Poet, painter, photographer, thespian, and musician, she has plunged head-first into a multitude of disciplines of expression. As a senior at Berklee College of Music, Sarah has had her work published by FUSION Magazine. Simultaneously, she has been actively involved with the community of poets at Emerson College. In the spring of 2011 she received the honor of representing Berklee's student body by reading original works at the college's convocation ceremony.