Treasure Island

hell heaven


rainbows connect with love


looking up in the sky watching the rainbow connect as rain flows down
as the colors take there form of green yellow blue and brown
love is what takes the place of rainbows at the times it needs to most
you stare up in the sky watching from the east south and west coast
people see it as a sighn of peace
i see it as if the love would never cease
you travel have way across the world to see the other end
as you start to see the rainbow desend
everthing connects to love in its own way
everybody and everthing has somthing to say
it is weather you listen or not
it is the hate that has been fought
it is the hate that has lost
it is the love that does not cost
and it is the love that gives things like rainbows a meaning! ! !

Submitted: Sunday, April 05, 2009

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