Anya Kulagowski

Rainbows - Poem by Anya Kulagowski

The rainbow starts with Red, pretty as a ruby
Orange follows shortly after, dancing across the sky
Yellow comes next, coloring sunflowers, and the sun
And then there's Green, holding hands with Earth and life
Blue oceans, seas and jellybeans as far as you can see
Don't forget about me, Purple violets, paint and sweets
Pink is next, the end of the rainbow but pretty nonetheless.
Hiding leprechaun gold at either end
Seven colors working together hand in hand
To give us a rainbow, stretching across the sky

Topic(s) of this poem: Rainbow

Form: Limerick

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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