Jane Skidmore Bennett

(Ironton, Ohio)

Rainbows - Poem by Jane Skidmore Bennett

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
That can also be a rainbow
Rainbows seem to bring us warmth to our souls
Just like it brings warmth and color to the sky
It brings a colorful vision to all who see it
It is an extra gift given to us
I guess you could call it a bonus
Because it is not seen regularly,
And is not seen by everyone each time it appears
You have to look for it
And really want to see it
Because it could be easily missed
I guess I believe that people who look for rainbows in the sky
Also are the people who believe in rainbows
In everyday life...


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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