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There are two poems in this article, one is an acrostic poem. These poems are a response to Brenda Arledge’s 38th prompt, ‘Rainbow’. Rainbows are a beautiful expression of nature, and a promise in the Bible in the book of Genesis.
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Sunlight along with atmospheric conditions cause the rainbows. When light enters a water droplet it slows down and bends as it changes from air to denser water. Light is then reflected off the inside of the droplet. It separates into components of wavelengths, which are colors. The rainbow is created as light exits the droplet.
Rainbow Acrostic Poem
Rain came down causing a flood
And it washed away humanity’s sin
In that day it caused so much mud
No more laughter like there had been
But never a promise like this before
Oh, but a promised rainbow did appear
Will God take joy in the world he restored
Kacey Musgraves - Rainbow
Rainbows Make Us Happy
The joy of rainbows in the colors
Bring happy smiles to our face
It’s a happy sign for many lovers
Rainbows fill our beautiful space
Take a walk after the heavy rain
Scan the skies for that rainbow
Maybe you’ll see one again
Take a walk, but make it slow
You could be having a tough day
Errands to do but rain won’t stop
Windshield wipers slapping away
Suddenly sun shines over the top
A rainbow appears to your delight
A smile on your face all the day
You are cheerful until the night
Nature works in a glorious way
Colors Of The Rainbow - Leo Rojas
A rainbow is a very interesting prompt, and I am always thrilled to see a rainbow. I love the beauty of the rainbow, and knowing that it is God’s promise.
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