The Rainbow - Poem by Grace Daniels
Angry and dark, stiff and sore
Color known red, will burn you to the core.
Flashing with fire, writhes of desire, leaps higher and higher.
Sweet juicy citrus, tart tangerine
Your bright radiant color, brings heat to my cheeks.
Luminous like light, oh what a sensible sight.
Free like a bird, swift like the rain,
This neon yellow color, will certainly remain.
Like the water, so pure and clean, and the sun shining on you and me.
Freedom of the moment, freedom from stress
One tiny drop of blue, makes the world seem new.
Captivating, sad and depressed, turns around, into a happier mess.
Fresh like rain, then cruel like the thunder.
It changes so fast, has so many moods.
This cool changing color, will fill you with wonder.
Majestically calm, beautifully royal
Its lovely and rich, pastel and full.
It tells people a story, and makes them care.
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