Sunburst - Poem by Evelyn Buehler
Pattern stops, and takes flight;
So brilliantly bright!
And suddenly disarranging.
Purple, blue, yellow, ruby-red,
The scenery spreads.
The hues once wed,
Have once again fled!
Seeming to overcrowd
The small space allowed;
Colors are so loud,
Like rainbow after cloud.
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