Nature is full of surprises. It was a dark day in so many ways. Sombre, melancholy, achingly sad. But at the moment of the final goodbye, the most incredible and beautiful thing came to life. A rainbow, vibrant and proud, right in front of my eyes. This wasn’t a rainbow you could see in the distance, visible but untouchable. This was a rainbow that started, and ended, in the very next field. No more than 50 metres from me. Wonderful and bright. Just like them.
Perhaps this isn’t so incredible. Perhaps many of you have seen the end of a rainbow too. But I hadn’t. And in that moment it was so fitting, so perfect, that it became unforgettable.
It was them, I was so sure it was them.
But, like everything, rainbows come and go. That doesn’t change the fact that I’ve seen what’s at the end of one.
There was no pot of gold. But there was hope.
There is always hope.
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Such heart wrenchingly beautiful words again, I cried when I read this…
I’m the one who commented on an earlier post about the memorial service. Even though I didn’t get to know them, not a day goes by that I wouldn’t think about them.
May their love and happiness continue to live on forever and light the way to those left behind.
Hi Marilou, I do remember your comment. Thank you again for your kind words. I’m so pleased that my family and my words mean something special to you x