Rainbow after the Storm

Sat, 03/23/2013 - 20:39 -- RachelR


United States
42° 43' 1.9416" N, 83° 8' 36.4452" W

When you see a rainbow after a storm
You can’t escape it
It illuminates there in the sky for all to see
Each color together in perfect harmony
Now what would a rainbow be
Without all those beautiful colors to see
Imagine if you saw a rainbow with one missing color
You’d see that it wouldn’t be as glorious
You’d wonder well that’s unfair aren't rainbows meant to be complete
Don’t all colors deserve a seat?
Now what would this world be
Without all those beautiful people to see
Standing together in perfect harmony
After a storm of hate a little bit of light called change can shine
That’s when you’ll see that rainbow appear
Near and clear

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