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The Rainbow and The Moon...

' The Rainbow and The Moon... '

(From The Solomon Studies Series # 7)
(Eccl.3: 11/ Prov.6: 6/ Matt.6: 26,28,29)

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Need The Sun To Shine

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Are Very Beautiful Signs

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Must Be Seen At Particular Times

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both - Spectacular, Above The Pines

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both, Have Inspired Many Poets' Rhymes

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both, Symbol-Gateways To GOD's Shrine

Tho' One Is Circular and One - Curved Lines
Both Are Geometric-Round or Crescent-Inclined

Tho' One, Day-Dances With Eagles & One, Night Loons
Tho' One Captures Mist and One Pulls Tides To Its Tune

Both Have Lifted Seas - In A Sparkle-Drop Spoon
(and Both Can Lift Man From Darkest Hour Moods)

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Carry GOD's Loving Promise To Mankind

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Are Waiting To Finally Greet The Blind

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Are From A Sacred Source Divine

The Rainbow and The Moon
Both Reflect The Pure Glory of GOD's Great Mind

O' How I Love Seeing Rainbows and The Moon

Written & Copyrighted ©: 1/4/2014
by: MoonBee Canady

Submitted: Saturday, February 01, 2014

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