Rainbow Clothesline. This is my actual clothesline in Edgartown. My Sunday school teaching kit for years included these two-yard swatches of color; used for king's robes, water, grass, sky, sea, as well as various other story-telling props, or even for a classroom-sized rainbow, stretched from one side of the room to the other. One gray Vineyard day I thought, "I need a rainbow." I noticed the cloths, retired and folded up on my bookshelf, and decided to make myself a rainbow on my clothesline. I then realized, "What day don't I need a rainbow?" So I left it there for a couple of years, until the cloths finally frayed, faded and wore out. I made a 2' x 3' poster of this image that hangs on my Brookline kitchen wall.