Yellow. Gelb. Sárga. Gul. Žlutý. Keltainen. Giallo. Żółty. Jaune. Amarillo.
Yellow is the colour of sticky notes and taxis. The colour of lemons and ducks. The colour of sunflowers and daffodils that sit vibrantly in seas of radiant gold. The colour of corn, bananas, pineapples, and all sort of other crops. Yellow is the colour of the sun, which shines with a luminosity so bright that all life can exist harmoniously on our planet. Simply put, without the colour of yellow, we may cease to exist.
Yellow is however not the most favoured colour of many people. Unlike warm browns, monotonous greys, quiet blues, and modest whites, yellow is a wild colour, a colour that passionately beams with life and vigour. It glimmers incandescently, standing out from most other hues and catching our attention quickly. It's also difficult with pale hues and white, a universal colour that is vital for many different things. It is not a colour that can be tamed, and for that, it is a despised pigment of many people across the globe.
However, yellow is a misunderstood colour. For one thing, yellow's attractive tint is important, as it can help distinguish certain items from others or grab our attention, such as taxis from normal cars, and school buses for letting drivers know to keep an eye. Another thing is that yellow is actually quite nice with specific colour palettes, contrary to what many people think. Violets, blacks, pinks, teals, and especially greys (as seen in the room above) are wonderful with yellow.
In conclusion, yellow is a wild yet reserved colour that glints brilliantly and zealously, that has many misconceptions and many haters, but remains beautiful and spirited forever.