The Rainbow - Poem by Peter Primmer
We are but a Rainbow, the grace of two elements entwined.
Light kissed by rain, it's shyness blushed, thou as a rush to the head.
It's colours dissolve from grace to grace, Yet without each other neither shows it's face.
We are this, two elements known to be, Strong in their own individuality.
But toether a magical sight to see, For this miracle is you and me.
Simple content of an equal mix, the highest of high in a spectrum of a dream.
For i am your King and you are my Queen.
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