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Topic: Paths (05/17/04)

TITLE: Would You Walk the Rainbow...
By Juanita Pittman-Brown
05/17/04

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Would you walk
The rainbow with me --
We can have a wonderful time
In the space above...
All the colors
Make the path
So beautiful
To see --
Please do come
With me...
We will return tomorrow
After the rain is gone
To see God's promise
All day long...
Again the rainbow
In the sky
Will invite us to
View it with
A loving eye...


Member Comments
Member Date
Leticia Caroccio05/24/04
Your title was beautiful and drew my attention. Simple words that spoke volumes. Good work.
Patrick Whalen05/24/04
Interesting but seems to lack breadth and depth. A wonderful title and theme! With more work this could be great!

3 of 5
* - No errors that I could blatantly see but this was pretty free-form
* - On topic
X I may be too hard here but even for free-form, I could not find a pattern
* - Decent length
X I felt troubled to find order
B Price05/24/04
very short, but I did enjoy it.
could work well for the topic of rainbows.
L.M. Lee05/24/04
lovely thoughts.
Lynne Gaunt05/24/04
You created a very nice setting and mood with your poem. It made me smile. Love the title. Thanks.
Deborah Porter 05/26/04
Whimsical, charming and very sweet Juanita. Quite delightful little piece. With love, Deb
Marcell Billinghurst05/26/04
A lovely poem and invitation to follow the rainbow, which is a symbol of hope.