a rainbow in the sky…

and now I know.

SSSIP's "A.W.E." ((ATTIC of WHITE ETHEREALS!))

have you ever seen a rainbow?
a complete rainbow…. a full rainbow that extends beneath the sky?
i did.
it was wonderful.
so beautiful…
so magical.
it was him.
i knew.
it was him.

he finally let me see him…
as a rainbow.

as a new hope
in my independent existence.
to give me shine…
to give me warmth,
happiness.
and love.

maybe he heard my cries…
but he had to go…
a lady was calling him…
far beaneath the skies.

the rainbow…
he told me not to worry…
he told me,
we’ll be seeing each other again sometime…
he told me,
i just have to be the way i am…

as i sipped coffeee
with mom and dad and sis…
something invited me to to walk outside
in an early morning
of a sunday in october.
and there
i saw THE RAINBOW.
a rainbow to the sky…

i knew…

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a rainbow in tacloban city…”OF RAINBOWS AND NEW BEGININGS”

A rainbow is seen over the typhoon devastated city of Tacloban, Leyte island province, Philippines, 19 November 2013. The death toll from Haiyan's destruction has reached at least 3,976 with 1,598 missing and more than four million displaced according to the national disaster relief agency. More than 18,000 were injured. Haiyan slammed into the eastern Philippines on 08 November with record winds of more than 300 kilometers per hour. A storm surge of up to four metres destroyed more than a million houses. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
A rainbow is seen over the typhoon devastated city of Tacloban, Leyte island province, Philippines, 19 November 2013. The death toll from Haiyan’s destruction has reached at least 3,976 with 1,598 missing and more than four million displaced according to the national disaster relief agency. More than 18,000 were injured. Haiyan slammed into the eastern Philippines on 08 November with record winds of more than 300 kilometers per hour. A storm surge of up to four metres destroyed more than a million houses. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG

(photo above courtesy of YAHOO! NEWS, link: http://ph.news.yahoo.com/photos/new-beginnings-as-well-as-uncertainty-for-yolanda-victims-slideshow/rainbow-photo-1384851508594.html

 

“A RAINBOW IN TACLOBAN CITY”

 

Now I know,

why you kept on reappearing.

 

Now I understand,

why you kept on caring.

 

And now I feel,

why you kept on coming back…

 

IT WAS YOUR GREAT LOVE FOR HUMANITY…

 

It was your covenant between God and man-

It was YOU,

Yes, it was you all along.

 

Thank you, rainbow.

 

For reminding me.

 

Thank you, rainbow,

for never leaving me…

 

and US.

 

 

(as the words were written: November 20, 2013, by Robert Manuguid Silverio)

 

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