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maryam kazmi

(England)

Colors of the rainbow


Red is the leader
and is first in line
he knows when to appear
always on time!

Orange is second
as orange as can be
joining with it's neighbours
he's so clever, can't you see?

Yellow is third
and very bright
if you're looking at a rainbow
better hold on tight!

Pink is finally here
dazzling us with her shine
no-one's looking at the other colors
they haven't got time!

Green is quite light
hardly to be seen
it's hiding it's beauty
that's very mean...

Blue is blue
exactly like the sea
that rainbow is like a rollercoaster
come on, say WEEEEE! ! !

Purple has arrived
it's the end
but take a look
at that beautiful bend...

They are the...

Colors of the Rainbow...

Submitted: Thursday, February 17, 2011

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