November 5, 2015

A Poem By Pat St. Pierre: "Rainbow"

Pat St. Pierre is a freelance writer (poetry, fiction, nonfiction) for both adults and children. Her work has been published both online and in print. You may view Pat's work at: A Long Story Short, Feathered Flounder, Mountain Tales Press, Kids Imagination Train, Silver Boomer Books, Fiction 365, etc. Her third poetry book "Full Circle" was just published. She is also an amateur photographer whose photos also can be viewed online and in print. You may view some at: Sediments, Front Porch Review, Decades Review, Ken *Again, Our Days Encounter, etc.    Please visit Pat's blog at the following link:

Photo Courtesy of Pat St. Pierre


Rain pelts across the lake
creating shimmering circles.
As a rainbow of green, yellow, and red arcs across the sky
drops of rain as big as berries spatter into the water.

As you close your eyes,
continuous breezes flow over your body
lifting and carrying you to unknown places -
transporting you to undiscovered islands.      
You sense the heat of the sun.
In a dream-like state you’re erased of your worries,
you are in a safe and carefree place
when suddenly drops of rain as big as berries
lead you home to the heavens.

~Pat St. Pierre 

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