Treasure Island

Jane L. Nance

(Chrisman, Illinois)

Mother's Are Like Rainbow's


Mothers are like rainbows,
After a dark dreary day.
Mothers will cheer you,
And brighten your way.
Her arms will enfold you,
Close to her heart,
At times when you're sad,
Of the tear drops start.
E'en tho' the rainbows fade away,
Mother's love is constant,
And is here to stay,
Our dear heavenly Father made,
Mothers and rainbows galore.
So their beauty like a masterpiece,
May be enjoyed o'er and o'er.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Jane nance (8/7/2007 9:40:00 PM)

    I like the poem I would like to know if Jane is still writing, My name is also Jane Nance. I, ve been writing since the 80's but just getting into it again.
    Thanks Jane (Report) Reply

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