Rhonda Baker


Eagles Rainbow


Once in a town called Eagle, on a hot summers day
The sky's opened up and washed the day away
When it was over, there stood high in the sky
A rainbow with all its glory with birds flying by
It was a giant rainbow, like something you'd have to see
And as I drew closer there was not one but three!
I stood in the open field, feeling closer to God
Knowing this world was not just made of hard work, bills, and sod

Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008
Edited: Thursday, August 05, 2010
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