RAINBOW ROAD SONNET

Though winter’s in the wings, I’ll walk a rainy
Rainbow road. My poor, old-man heart sings
Despite my zany overload. Pain-free
Despite the ache, I’ve seen my aching brings
Ecstasy from agony, and nothing
Really worries me, as long as rainbows
Lie ahead. Each shoulder wears a wing
When I’m upon the rainbow road. God knows
I’ve got to sing, and knows my lyrics bring
No greed into His vast abode. Song flows,
Like striding down a rainbow road. I start
To see how life’s suppose to be, suppose
To show, suppose to flow from heart to heart
To heart.  With thankfulness my overload
I’m heading down the rainbow road.

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