Rainbow Completed

Rainbow Completed

A Poem by Helena

Rainbow Completed

Come the precious night

when I find myself in your arms

I pluck the moon from the jealous sky

and close the window on the noisy crowd

pressing your face against the window

of desire and 

see the reflection of perfection

a pearl opening in the sea of love

a promise made and

and rainbow completed ~

(c) Helen M  Crutchett 2011 (All rights reserved)

© 2020 Helena

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'Rainbow completed'
This reminded of the good in accepting and loving.
How blessed to be able to give and receive something like that!
As in:
'Press your face against the window of desire
see the reflection of perfection
a pearl opening in the sea of love'

Posted 3 Years Ago

'Rainbow completed'
Helen Margaret Crutchett,
Many times Iv'e viewed with wonder 'rainbows'. To see a circular rainbow would be extraordinary! Love is like that. Mankind is always feeling there is more and loves to try to find the next wonderful thing hoping for life to be truly satisfying. I found your depiction of relational experience to be truly lovely.

Posted 4 Years Ago

A rainbow is beautiful in so many ways, just like your poetry!
Great flowing write, and the true meaning of the rainbow is pretty
significant as well:) PTL! Thanks for sharing and b-blessed!

Posted 8 Years Ago


8 Years Ago

By the way my favorite flower is the rose, but I've never seen a
blue rose?
A beautiful and hopeful poem. A rainbow can give hope and change the attitude of a day. Thank you for the outstanding poem.

Posted 11 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Added on January 10, 2012
Last Updated on July 14, 2020
Tags: rainbow, sky, desire, love, moon



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