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The Rainbow
by Sukky J Fagbohun

Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Behind the fury of the rain, lies the beauty of the rainbow. No matter how bleak the clouds, we must look beneath it to see the hope of the sun.

 

 It was a dark morning.
So black and blue and grey.
I looked out the window,
Hoping to catch the glimpse of sunshine.
All the Streets went a-mourning.
The rain showed no mercy, as it poured down it's fury.
No one was in a hurry,  to fight this sudden intruder,
That kept all a-prisoner.
Helplessly we gazed, as the streets were flooded.
No one dared to withstand the fury of the flood.
Then suddenly, it appeared with indescribable beauty.
In majesty it displayed the elegance of it's colors,
All across the Heavens.
Oh, what a beautiful sight that kept be in awestruck wonder !
It sure was there to remind me,
To look beyond the clouds.
For deep beneath  the black clouds, lies the beauty
Of the Rainbow.
 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by John Domino 3/7/2010
This is a soul serarching poetic masterpiece. I do prison ministry so I see the ray of hope in those dark clouds.

Blessings,

John Michael Domino
Reviewed by Frances Seymour 11/19/2009
Amen Sukky, There will always be a ray of sunshine after the rain! Blessings...Frances
Reviewed by Jackson Aniefiok 7/3/2009
nice poem, i hope that you still write, we need more of this.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 10/25/2008
Lovely colorful write and making the rainbow come out at the end of the rainy day is exceedlingly comforting. And special writes like this mean a lot to all peoples of the world.
Reviewed by john salmon 8/5/2008
What would we do without a silver lining,what would we do without wonderful colours and what would we do without people like you. Thanks for sharing your beautiful mind.
Reviewed by Ahmad Abang 8/4/2008
Beautiful. Flood and grey clouds may shake some people. However, just a minute more and the sun will smile.
Reviewed by Lloyd Lofthouse 8/2/2008
The lesson is that all gloomy days will go away and the sun will shine--in life too. We can look to nature and the sun and the clouds and see that life mimics them from day to day.
Reviewed by Connie Faust 8/1/2008
Hi, Sukky!
I love this reminder of the rainbow beneath the black clouds. I find it so true in my life; it is the hardest trials that seem to bring me closer to my Lord.
Good writing--thanks for sharing!

Connie



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