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About the Poem

You will see the spontaneity in The Rainbow and Real Fun. It was written in a cyber chat, when normal conversation would not express the feelings best. The Rainbows and Real Fun was written as two new friends, Cheryl and I, discovered our mutual love for poetry.

A Few Visitor Comments

missy
this poem really touched me and since i just lost a close internet friend, even tho i never met her in person, her death really hurt and i actually sent your poem to her sign in on her guest list and told them that this poem was not mine but it was still very fitting. thank you for your talent and soft words of love.
marilyn
this a great poem to send to someone who they really care for us a friend.
Claire
As a French person , I can only "feel" English poetry (so different from ours) and I really like the way words do sing very gently in this poem, conveying the feeling of what real friendship is. I'm glad to know that some do feel genuine feelings, even in this crude world of ours.
Heather
I loved it!

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The Rainbow And Real Fun

The weave of romance, friendship and love
Always alive, moving with the two
Their hopes and sharing
The strength and warmth
Each can give Each can be free
And then the play unfolds
When each can
Live for the other
Nurturing and inspiring
Only the problems unforgiven
Could end . . .

The rainbows and real fun
The times outdoor and flush
With each other and breezes
The light fills both lives
A beach is the edge of their one heart
The sky the cover of the naked
Excitement and delight
In giving
Giving
Giving
If it isn't giving
It isn't living

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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

prashant kumar
really nice.
cherry
v. e. r. y. touchy & L. O. V. E. L. Y. I LIKE IT THANKS 2 THE POET WISH U 2 WRITE MORE & MORE LOVELY POEMS
Honey
Full of warmth.
ashlee
this poem is very good to read. alot of teengers will love it so much . it is tell good stuff. you did a execlent job of writhing this poem.
OYMO
THAT WAS AN EXCELLENT POEM
MANAN AKRAM
THIS POEM IS TOO MUCH BETTER THEN EVERY POEM ON FRIENDSHIP. I LOVE TIS POEM
amber
i sounds great i think so
KYLIE
Very good. I liked it.
EMan
'If it is'nt giving it isn't living. ' That sure sums it up!
Wanda
the poem is so heart felt. I was really sad tonight and the joy of it made me glad. Thank you. The last stanza is masterful.
Karen
Absolutely touching!
Riz
You expalin - in good way.
Robinson
Lovely poem for lovely friends.
Jonathan
very good

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