Rainbow - Poem by Savannah VokinsNoyes
It starts as a sunny day,
children smiling bright as a suns ray.
Laughing and playing and running around,
then the rain pours and wets the ground.
The children run and hide inside,
watching the clouds soar and glide.
As the rain flows away,
they smile brighter than again that day.
They run outside to put on a show,
then they look up and see a rainbow!
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