#41. The invisible colors.

Margo De Ridder: “Explain colors to a blind person”.

Red tastes like home-made dessert.
Orange sounds like the first sing-a-long of a road trip.
White smells like cold, clean air during a hike.
Black feels like an unsettling dream you can’t remember.
Purple tastes like a sophisticated kind of sweet.
Brown smells like your grandfather’s office.
Green feels like a ten-minute-walk that cleared your head.
Pink sounds like a playground.
Yellow feels like finding a surprise party in your living room.
Blue sounds like the routine words of welcome of a receptionist.

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Martijn Beckers

I’m Martijn. One day I hope to become a succesful writer of some sort. A novelist, maybe. Or a columnist, a journalist or an advertising copywriter. I haven’t figured that part out yet. What I do know, however, is that practice makes perfect. You know what they say: 10,000 hours of deliberate exercise. Or 365 days, in this case.

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