rainbow after rain
A few days ago, I was walking home after a rain and felt some raindrops falling gently on my body. Looking up inadvertently, I found a rainbow beam of light lingering in the blue sky.
The last time I saw a rainbow of this magnitude was exactly nine years ago. At that time, I was still a 10-year-old child. It was the first time I witnessed such a gorgeous rainbow, and I was filled with infinite shock and excitement. That experience is still vivid in my mind, and it convinced me that rainbows really do exist in the world. Nine years ago, I had a fairy tale-like fantasy, thinking that the source of the rainbow was the dwarf's pot of gold, which emitted seven colors, and what we saw was the rainbow. Like me, many children on the road stopped and excitedly pointed at the rainbow in the sky, and began to daydream about the source of the rainbow. Some imagine that the rainbow is a bridge to the mysterious world, while others dream of standing on the rainbow and pursuing the treasure at the other end.
Although we know that there are seven colors in the rainbow, looking from a distance we feel that there are countless colors in the rainbow. Let me once again fall into speculation and imagination about rainbows.