I recently read a bit about how color theory has very little scientific value and how it has pretty much no direct application. The discussions available at handprint.com are very informative as they talk about the problems with color theory and the scientific misconceptions on the subject while explaining the actual way colors work. It's a good read that I would defenitively recommend (especially the text about color harmony and color desing), but it's a very heavy read that can get complicated if you don't know much about colorimetry. All that to say that I tried to change my use of colors a little so it doesn't necessarly follows color theory rules and I think it worked well.
"The sound of roaring engines roaming around the city
And the clapping steps of dozens of people,
All following their own cadency,
Reverberate together as one buzz
Bashing on your eardrums
Like the most chaotic drummer.
The music of the street
Keeps playing without a break
And without a beat
As your heartbeat try to adjust
To the ever-changing rhythm,
Cutting your breath short.
This excessive liveliness
With all its overwhelming bursts
Burns down your energy
Almost as fast
As the cars passing by
While plugging your earphones
So to stop this symphony."
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