Poems About: RAINBOW
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- carpe diem
The bow of rainbow
But you could see it
Only in clouds. read more »Lyudmila31 Purgina
The rainbows with the pot of gold
are not the rainbows made with multicolour
that follow the rain across the sky.
They are the rainbows within us, read more »David Harris
159.I Wish You a Rainbow
I wish you a rainbow after the rain
Through the good and bad times I've seen your pain
For so long, it has rained on your parade
And because each raindrops are as heavy as the tears rolling down your face read more »Landsley Alexandre
160.“Lost path home”.
Showed me the rainbow
For the first time,
I wished for a ladder read more »ANJALI KAKATI
161.High Upon the Rainbow
Some days fill with wonder
Some days fill with pain
And some you'll press between the glass
To look at once again read more »Patti Masterman
Poring through the bush of any eye
and glancing the gilt of it.
The portal secured chased a watch dog.
Many rainbows to follow read more »Ebi Robert
Rainbow Girl, Rainbow Girl, you really are beautiful
The world is blind, 'cause you're indisputable
The one word that drives me mad
No, not angry, nor is it sad read more »Ehsan Iqbal
164.As I Wait.........
My heart skips with great expectation when I look beyond the hills.
I see a lovely rainbow so vibrant, so alive, and so promising.
As I close my eyes I somehow feel the texture of it.
The rainbow is soft and smooth as grapes. read more »Jeanette Telusma Herbert
165.Meaning Of The Rainbow
Red because the blood I see because of you.
Purple from my heart
Orange your favorite color read more »baybay tucker
We all have a destiny to follow.
It is not right to make predictions of danger.
Where there are lessons to learn in our lives,
we'd better learn them without interference read more »Franca Kenneth
Life is a rainbow,
It never ends.
There’s a pot of gold, read more »Samina Akhter
Kaleidoscope eyes that hypnotize
a rainbow of color captivates
smiles and tears contentment and fears
I'm sinking I'm drowning the sun's disappeared. read more »Maria Shaw