The Man and The Rainbow
A man once befriended a rainbow
After days of incessant rain,
It surprised and pleased him in his low
Glimmering upon the golden grain.
It told him whenever it appears
The rain shall shower no more;
Made their way to catch in the river
Fishes and crabs, and ate by the shore.
One day, the rainbow reappeared
And the man was fascinated by its cloak;
Ripped the goodness of the mellow year
For the man stole it and the rainbow broke.
Vengeance filled the bow, the man with fear;
Swore-man loses his fingers if he draws near,
So as for man to have colors only with pain,
But God pitied them and clothed both again.