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Cloud Poetry

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

A sunset over the Lancashire coast at Fleetwood, UK.

From Cindy Medina

With the Sun away, weather came to play - stirring breeze and sprinkling rain.

Maine Fog

Kathleen Janick, member 49,856, recently wrote this poem inspired by fog on the coast of Maine, USA

A silver lining with shadows over Minnie Water, Australia.

Cloud Shadows

Andy Lumborg, member 9,117, from Pontypool, Wales, sent us his latest cloud related poem entitled "Cloud Shadows"

The Clouds – A Visual Poem

The Clouds / De Wolken - Martinus Nijhoff : a visual poem by Anne Vanschothorst ‘more birds bring more happiness to those who appreciate the wonder of clouds’

“Altocumulus lenticularis”

Kathleen Janick, member 49,856, submitted this beautiful poem and accompanying image. The photograph reminded her of when her then you children, helped her paint a wall.

A sunset over the lagoon, Venice.

Distant Mountains

Freddy Niagara Fonseca (aka Cosmopolitan Poet on Facebook) sent us this cloud composition written in 1993.

A mixed sky over the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.

“Rain Castles”

Janet Redmon of Lompoc, California usually writes poetry for children but sent us this one she wrote some years ago entitled "Rain Castles"

A halo and sundogs in diamond dust over Little Detroit Lake, US.

From Cindy Medina

Cindy Medina of Las Cruces, New Mexico sent these two cloud inspired Haiku

Photographer’s Dilemma

Terry Alby, member 40,752, wrote this poem for our Gallery Editor, Ian Loxley. He told us it's about old photographers who love all the beauty that abounds and has the alternative titles of “Old Photographer’s Don’t Die Young!” or “Don’t Blame the Lens”

“Underdog”

Lorra Rudman sent us several of her poems but this one, entitled "Underdog", is her favourite and was written in 1984. Underdog Cloudy is the underdog Who dresses all in grey But has she not the right to joy As any Sunny day? She reaches out her rolling strength To charge

Not Every Cloud…

Mark Robert Ugland sent us this poem. He told us "one of the best parts of life is looking up!"

“Cloudy Horse” by May Blythe

May Blythe of London, UK, wrote this poem on a very windy day in Lyme Regis, looking out over the sea in-between Golden Cap and the Cobb.

Our Beautiful Sky

Caroline Sullivan sent us this poem written whilst she was a member of a poetry group as she felt people failed to notice our beautiful skies.