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(Above, me having a think about lost rainbows, all the time taking care not to fall off the edge of the cliff into a watery grave)


On the day the Ice Caps melted

The sun swallowed a swollen sea

No rain from Africa to Eurasia

No springtime blossom on the Cherry Tree


The wheat, the maize, the grains dried and died

No more the rainforest of the Amazon

The last human left alive looks up

Says, ‘Where have all the rainbows gone?’


My song is not a warning

Believe it, it’s far too late

Mankind’s ways of greed and war

Has defined Mankind’s death wish fate


Rainbow’s End will stay a secret

For forever and a day

“Where have all the rainbows gone?”

The last thing the last human will get to say


Time for something a little brighter; something with ‘magic’ in it – my song ‘Rexie Believes in Magic’. I hope you like it;


The ‘Dream Rescuer’ album from which this song comes from is available for download at https://zoolon.bandcamp.com/

Next the genius that is Agnes Obel with her song ‘Riverside’.  The mood of the piano is a work of art in itself;

Lyric & ‘Rexie’ song – Copyright © 2017 Zoolon Audio.  All rights reserved.  Unauthorized copying, reproduction, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting prohibited.



  1. Both the music pieces are gorgeous!

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you. Agnes Obel if you haven’t heard her work before is a genius.

      1. I will check her out more, thanks for sharing! (I like your stuff as much 🙂 )

  2. A work of art, the words and the music George.

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you. I think I’ll have to stop following the news re the environment. It gets to you in the end.

      1. It’s a rather depressing thing. We

  3. yassy says:

    Yeah! Lord Zoolon, this is a little different way of commenting, I think. Oh! that comment button next to the like button was more comfortable.

    1. Zoolon says:

      I’m glad you found it Lady Yasmin.

      1. yassy says:

        Lord, it was always there , I just didn’t see it. All is well 😊

  4. Wow, the last thing the last human will get to say… powerful

    1. Zoolon says:

      It’s possible he or she might have added a swear word.

  5. Lee Dunn says:

    Thank you for the prophetic poem and the beautiful music.

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you Lee

  6. anne leueen says:

    Sad but true.

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you. It certainly is.

  7. The poem is extremely apropos. I, too, am deeply concerned about what we’re doing to our planet.

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you Cathleen. I think it’s ruined.

  8. Am I allowed to just say this is lovely? Sad, but lovely?

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you.

  9. Vivian Zems says:

    Love the words- and the sound. Great job!

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thanks Vivian.

      1. Vivian Zems says:

        You’re welcome!

  10. CrazyandSane says:


    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you for reading the post.

  11. eurobrat says:

    Didn’t notice the vanishing rainbows…too busy staring at our phones!

    1. Zoolon says:

      That’s true. It’s like watching pinball without the ball seeing them all bumping into each other and innocent inanimate objects.

      1. eurobrat says:


  12. Excellent- honest – wise! Love!!!!!

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you. I’m glad you liked it.

    1. Zoolon says:

      Thank you.

    2. Zoolon says:

      I should have added that ‘Where Have All The Rainbows Gone’ did become a song on the new album on Bandcamp. Here’s the Soundcloud one https://soundcloud.com/zoolon/rainbows-end

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