Cloud Poetry

Why not send us your own cloud poetry? Remember to include your full name and where you live.

Parhelia (“Sun Dog”)

Kathleen Janick, member 49,856, recently wrote this poem inspired by the photograph above which was taken one morning in November off the coast of Maine.

A Date In Spring

This poem was written after opening an email from the Cloud Appreciation Society by Sun-Hee Yang (Member 47,842), a poet based in South Korea

“The Kiss” by Ric Johnson

Ric Johnson, a poet from Liverpool, took this photograph and wrote a limerick about it whilst travelling North on the M6, somewhere in the Midlands, UK.  This particular kiss only lasted for a very short time before dissolving. The Kiss You may think this is just hit and miss When two clouds have a moment […]
A sunset with crepuscular rays over Hickory, North Carolina, US.

From Sara Austin Bailey

Sara Austin Bailey, member 50,249 sent us this cloud-inspired poem from her home in North Carolina.
A storm system over Venice, Italy.

Cloud Warriors of the Sky

Sherwin Berger, member 18,239, sent us his cloud inspired piece, "Cloud Warriors of the Sky"

The Witches Spell

Writer and artist, Lorelei O’Connor, sent us this atmospheric poem accompanied by a photo taken by her son, Micheal.

Cloud Poetry

Isabell VanMerlin wrote this poem a while ago following many gray days in New England. She incorporated it with a photograph taken in Dover, NH, where she lives.
A sunset over La Quinta, California, US.

California Cloudscapes

'California Cloudscapes' is a poem by Jeanie Greensfelder that was originally published in Birdland Journal 2019
An action-packed sky over The Grand Canyon, Arizona, US.

Nature’s Magicians

Sherwin Berger, member 18,239, sent us his latest cloud inspired poem entitled "Nature's Magicians".