Treasure Island

Gwen Douglas

(New Hampton, Iowa)

Rainbows


A rainbow is the work of God
On whatever lands you trod
The colors yellow, blue, red and green
Are the most beautiful I've ever seen

Making a wish is what you do
When you are nearly overcome with the view
Looking for that pot of gold
As they did in days of old

Life is like a beautiful rainbow
Here today and gone tomorrow
Never question the Lord as why
Just thank Him as each day passes by

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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