She Sees Rainbows

She sees rainbows everywhere
giving her joy to share

They are reflected in her eyes
it’s their beauty that she cries

She sees rainbows everywhere
knowing God has love to spare

While it is she always tries
days of pain to not despise

She sees rainbows everywhere
’cause she knows God does care

For she did one day realize
all our treasure in heaven lies!

Teresa Marie   10/19/11


Week 10 Theme: Nature, Mountains, Rivers, and Forests #1

20 thoughts on “She Sees Rainbows

    1. Thanks Abi girl! I want you to see rainbows and have joy too. I read your reply to me and thanks for being so sweet to your old mom 🙂 I’ll take your cyber hugs and kisses any day too! Sending them back to you by the bushel full, Mom

    1. Thanks Jeanne! Your comments and prayers mean a lot to me and are much appreciated. My burden my be a little heavy right now but I have survived a lot worse and come out better on the other side. This may be a process that’s for Sara’s benefit this time, she just so young to have to go through all this stress 😦 But she is a good girl with a good heart & head, with a lot of love and family behind her and God above her – who could ask for more? Shalom, Terri

    1. Randall, you are so sweet! Thank you. I think your poems are pretty darn good myself 🙂 If you’re anything like me, we always pick our own work apart and think that other people’s are better, lol. Maybe we are just perfectionists and we will never attain that status in this world. I’ve been at this a long time too. I just started this blog in Jan. of this year but I’ve been writing poems since I was Sara’s age (that’s 40 years ago). I don’t mean this to sound haughty or anything like that, so please don’t take it that way, but I think this is what I am supposed to be doing – “my purpose”. I’ve always had a talent with words and expressing myself. I’m not trained in the different forms of poetry, I just write what’s in my heart. I really don’t know where they all come from except to say that there are times that I sit down and the poem is written before I ever really have time to think of what I’m writing. Then I go back and read it and think to myself, “Did I just write that?”, lol. That’s the best explanation that I can give you and the best advice I can give is to never give up! Peace, love and blessings, Terri

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