After The Rain

After The Rain short poem

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After the rain
Luminescent clouds made creative shapes,
Appearing out of nowhere,
A magnificent double rainbow,
Natures twins,
Sent from the Heavens,
Nature’s finest work,
The colors were bright and in every shade you can imagine,
Shining high in the sky,
Nature’s perfect creation in all its glory,
This rainbow,
Nature’s gift from Heaven.

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