The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears.
What’s at the end of a rainbow?
Between you and me I know that at the end of a rainbow is the cache of Pixie gold or fairy lights.
But to keep Dr.Physicus Scientificus our universal physics teacher shall we say a reflector?
He cannot accept that it’s a fairy arch where hopes and dreams are built on the cloud castle. I mean every toddler knows this.
“Its arch is actually just part of a complete circle but our eyes only see the arch because the light from the sun is refracted by droplets at approximately a 42 degree angle. This angle is so large that the rainbow itself appears at the middle point and opposite of the sun.”
Of course, hopes and dreams thrive in brightness and not the gloomy dark!! Really the Physicus Scientificus should be banished off human race as anti-romantics.
“At the end of the rainbow waited the pot of gold. But rainbows were made of faint and fragile gossamer and gold weighed a ton and since the world began, gold was the reason to do most anything” documented V.C.Andrew, in the Flowers in the Attic we did try to enlighten Physicus Scientificus with this data and declaring QED
“Well you can never reach the end of a rainbow because it is created by the reflection of light on the water particles in the air so when you change your perspective the rainbow moves with you.” declares Dr.Scienticus.
That is when the global rainbow gods smiled, “look up when it rains on your parade you can see the rainbow, the colours of hope” said Iris the Greek Goddess
When Minerva dominates,
The rainbow with its eternal whimsical elusive presence symbolizes a path which at one end begins with a dream or vision and on the other the destination reached.
I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. Genesis 9, 13