Christine Chatterton, member 52,072, sent us this photo and poem that she wrote.
Category: Cloud Poetry
Why not send us your own cloud poetry? Remember to include your full name and where you live.
Cloudspotting is a wonderful way to exercise your imagination as shown in this poem by Janet Orselli
Chris Tetley, member 10,338, recently sent us this poem inspired by clouds and wonders if they sometimes mimic our daily lives.
Bill Schwab, member 31074, from Norway recently found a lovely poem written by his father, Dore N. Schwab Jr, now deceased, and asked us to share it with our cloud community.
Cloud watcher, Lois Cronholm-Neff, sent us this beautiful poem that she wrote for her husband almost 50 years ago.
Exuberance, poems by Dolores Hayden, member 48,618, celebrates the early years of aviation and includes the poem, “Flying Lesson: Clouds,” that first appeared in Poetry magazine.
Chris Tetly, member 10338, composed this poem after sitting a while in the garden late on a blowy and partly cloudy moonlit night
Mary Walker, member 48382, from Upper Hutt, New Zealand wrote this poem encouraging everyone to look up!
Cindy Medina sent us this Haiku which was written Sunday evening, Sept 29. She told us she lives in a desert and this grouping of clouds lay east to southeast, reminding her very much of Midwestern thunderheads.
Roz Bacon shared this poem, written by her friend, Jean Ratcliffe who, at the age of 93, enjoys the clouds from her window.
Richa Gupta sent us a poem along with this image that was taken in June 2019 during a flight to Pune and which inspired the verse.
Poet, Adam Laceky, sent us this 10-part poem about clouds. We thoroughly enjoyed each section dedicated to a particular cloud.
David Oscarson, supporting member 40914. Recently composed a poem, “Figures in the Sky”, while traveling across the high plains of Texas, USA.
David Oscarson, supporting member 40614 sent us this poem he recently composed. It centres around falling snow and encroaching clouds that cover the mountains.
Carole Chandler recently composed these Cloud Haiku whilst out enjoying Mother Nature’s benevolent offerings
David Oscarson, supporting member 40914, recently
composed this poem “A Sense of Loss” that centers around fog and
A beautiful crowd of clouds, went tumbling across the sky,
And the Sun and Moon, perplexed, both just wondered “Why”.
Cloud, cloud up in the sky,
Look at you! So very high
Wispy wonder in the blue,
I appreciate to look at you!
© Jessica Denyer
Aged 35 3/4
Ryoma’s mum, Alex, recently sent us this wonderful poem written by her son describing what he sees when he’s cloudspotting…
David Oscarson, Supporting Member 40914, recently shared this poem which beautifully describes the image he captured.
Carole Chandler, member 28346, sent us a little poem from Marley (Retired Guide Dog … and super-duper canine cloud-spotter) and herself that hopes might bring a smile to some fellow ‘cloud spotters’ out there!
Jeanie Class, member 45,190, recently sent this poem inspired by the skies above Oceano, on the central coast of California and of the north shore of Kauai.
This poem, by McClain Homann, was inspired by the idea of what one might feel, see or think inside of a cloud.
Cindy Medina of Las Cruces, New Mexico wrote explaining that it has been sunshine for 1 1/2 months and she misses the clouds, rain, and snow. Regardless of this, she sent us these cloud haiku.
McClain Homann (member 45082) is a recent member of the Cloud Appreciation Society from Mattoon IL, US. He loves to write and sent his latest cloud-inspired poem to share
Carole Chandler (member 28346) is from Chester in the UK. Recently, whilst taking her dog on a New Year walk, she was inspired by the first clouds of the year to write this uplifing poem.
Frances Pankiewicz from Bridgwater, Somerset, UK recently sent us this wonderful cloud poem.
Andy Lumborg, member 9117, thought his poem might resonate with fellow cloud lovers.
Susan Williams is from Coventry in the UK. She recently shared two of her poems which she wrote after having been inspired by her friend
Another beautiful poem by Pauline Tabrar of Northolt, Middlesex, England