Edward Charles McDevitt

RAINBOWS

Rainbows on the wall and over a bassinet,

And at the end of one, a pot of gold can get. 

If there's rain with sun, you may see one or two,

Now in awe, wondering, can there be quite a few?

Because of all the angles, between the rain and sun,

Only then, by happen chance, rarely can be done.

When you see a rainbow, no matter where it be,

See it through another, and enjoy it thoroughly!

Comments1

  • Suresh

    No form of expression should be suppressed, and no one should be forced to accept



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