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No Black In The Rainbow

There are many colors in a rainbow

Red, orange, green,blue, purple,violet, pink,and yellow

To be exact but what about black Rainbow's are God's

promise and commemoration on how he will end the nation

A gift in a combination of colorful marks

If you don't resemble any of those colors you will

Live to see the gift which is the pearly gates of heaven 

Black is excluded  because their world will not be destroyed

Rainbow's are fun to look at especially after rain storms

mid-day however, if your gay or living in the rainbow world 

blaspheming against God you will be destroyed burned in a lustful fire 

Aides! Each person is drawn out and enticed by their own desires

What is meant to be will be 

Save yourselves and call on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ 

remember the promise and wait for the fulfillment 

Copyright © Dorine R Spruill | Year Posted 2013

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