March Poetry @ CMS: “The Rain and the Sun”


Photo courtesy of Pixabay

Victoria Bartusik, Newspaper Staff Reporter

The Rain and the Sun

A violet blue hue stretched across the sky

As the moon set and the sun sprang into the air.

It’s golden rays selfishly spread onto the wild grass

And the sun grinned with a job well done.

All was well until a powerful force invaded the sun’s territory

Her name was rain and she had a bone to pick,

For the light blinded her eyes and the heat made humans whine and cry.

So the two began to argue, a sight for sore eyes

A beautiful tango flooding through the heavens

The brilliant burn and thunderous fury clashing

The colors attract and combine

To create a palette of raw, beautiful colors

Faded throughout the sky

The name of this character, the goddess Rainbow