As the Mood Prescribes is a collection of poems that will appeal to the readers every mood. The initial quatrain implies that colors can tint our moods, but the corollary is that our moods taint our milieu. Both propositions lead our thoughts in controlled directions and each mood/color suggests a different remedyeven if it is merely a placebo.
Should the mood color the psyche red, blue, green, gold, gray, or shades thereof, the remedy for the minds dilemma mustsoothe, support or stimulate, as the reader requires.
I have chosen my poems of love, logic, humor, pensive and personal reflections as the medium to deliver the elixir.Be aware, though, that the poems in each section can exhibit more than one color.As an example, poems of love can tint with the gold of exhilaration or the gray of rejection.