Treasure Island

gil caguiat


Rainbow of my Life


You put rainbow into my life
Different colors, so bright
Rainbows that full of life
That gives colors to the lonely skies

Rainbows end is a pot of gold they say
A treasure to keep as long you stay
Rainbow is like a man or a woman in our lives
It shines, gives us colors, gives us life
That would shine through the rest of our lives

But sometimes rainbows are gone
Not shining nor not giving colors in the clouds
Nor not giving life to the lonely skies
When its so hot and dry

Rainbows is like a life
Giving us water when everything is drought
Giving us colors when everything turns out dark
Making us smile for the different colors they had

You are like my rainbow
You give colors to my life
You give meaning to my lonely nights

But as like rainbows
Sometimes they are gone
Sometimes they don't show
Sometimes not giving us life

You are my rainbow
For a moment in my life
But now, my rainbow is gone
The shines, the colors, the bright
For my rainbow will never shine again
To my lonely life



(09/05/09)

Submitted: Monday, May 18, 2009

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  • James T. Adair (5/21/2009 5:57:00 AM)

    When you can no longer see a rainbow, hold onto the possibility that you have become one. This poem is so sad and so beautiful at the same time. (Report) Reply

  • James T. Adair (5/21/2009 5:57:00 AM)

    When you can no longer see a rainbow, hold onto the possibility that you have become one. This poem is so sad and so beautiful at the same time. (Report) Reply

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