Red houses for a blue Monday

“Monday’s might be totally blue, but the houses of red will cheer you up for sure!” Gun Roswell

Red houses for a blue Monday

You may hate Monday’s because they will make you totally blue like
In feeling and mood and worse case scenario, your face so fright
But then something so wonderfully delightful catches your very eye
Red coated homes at the end of the street as they stand in perfect pose
Surely such colourful things will take your kind off the Monday’s dose?
So, do not be afraid, but a step inside, through the door open wide
And then, make your way, shedding off the Monday’s saddening dismay
Maybe, even for a while stay, and let the colours your blue to red claim

2 thoughts on “Red houses for a blue Monday

  1. Interesting, reminds us on our time living in Sweden.
    The blue on Monday has to do with the tradition of the dyers. As they weren’t allowed working on Sundays, they hang the wool and linnen with the fluid pigments around the towns over Sundays. The oxidatian changed the colour so that by Monday the wool and linnen was a clear blue. By the way you can see that on pictures of the late middle ages for example the books of the Duc de Berry.
    All the best
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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