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Poems About: RAINBOW

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  • 85.
    Rainbows

    Rainbows do not only come from the sky
    They also appear in everyday life
    Maybe in a smile from someone you love,
    In a quick thought of something someone said read more »

    Jane Skidmore Bennett
  • 86.
    Oh Beautiful Rainbow

    Feeling the setting sun burn against my back
    I stood alone in grim anticipation
    Watching the black sky roll inexorably toward me
    But it was right then that you caught my eye read more »

    Matt Windseth
  • 87.
    rainbow spaghetti

    One day mother said to me,
    'What do you want to eat? '
    I answered back to her,
    'Rainbow spaghetti' read more »

    Tessa Marshall
  • 88.
    Rainbow Tears

    Through rainbow tears I see love's true colors
    Shining bright amongst them above all others...
    Red, Green, Yellow, violet and blue...
    All these beautiful colors I now see in you. read more »

    A.J. McKinley
  • 89.
    My Rainbow

    I have this rainbow that no one can see
    It is planted right inside of me
    it is made of all bright and beautifull colors.
    the first is bright yellow and just like me beautiful and bright making the best of what can be. read more »

    Kassie Selders
  • 90.
    ' The Cowboy And The Rainbow... ' (Cowboy Poem # 3)

    A Cowboy, Neath A Rainbow
    Rode The Range, Far and Free
    Holding Lightning Reins, and A Lasso
    Strung Around His Untamed Dreams read more »

    MoonBee Canady
  • 91.
    Rainbow of Fall

    Tumbling in the leaves, falling
    so free, the leaves soften the fall,
    laughter rings throughout the
    Heaven's as Mother nature makes read more »

    Ruth warren
  • 92.
    Rainbows

    Rainbows are such lovely things,
    They wipe away the tears,
    And bring a glint of sunshine
    To the grey robed somber years. read more »

    Anne Kaye
  • 93.
    Never escaping

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    iesha wilborn
  • 94.
    Like a Rainbow

    I see your colours shining bright,
    Through the African clouds you show your light,
    You are like a Rainbow and I can't touch you,
    Hard as I try I just can't reach you, read more »

    David Andre' Klopper
  • 95.
    Pot Of Gold

    When I was a little boy, mother said that Odomankoma made a rainbow
    A band of beauty that gladdened Noah and his kin
    She brought smiles with her and a promise of peace to show
    Her treasures, a dove and an olive shoot to grace her chin read more »

    Rafael Yaw Kumi
  • 96.
    Mother's Are Like Rainbow's

    Mothers are like rainbows,
    After a dark dreary day.
    Mothers will cheer you,
    And brighten your way. read more »

    Jane L. Nance
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