Cloud Poetry

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

Cloud Haiku from Cindy Medina

Cindy Medina from Las Cruces, NM, loves clouds and the weather. She recently sent us two Haiku poems which reflect her enjoyment. High above prairie they climb, knot, darken: Summer's splendid thunderheads. **** Storm cloud fragments scud across bright blue sky; misshapen dark gray monsters. ...

‘Champignons Flottant’ by J J Evendon

A peaceful cloud poem by JJ Evendon who says about it "I suppose when you look at some of the clouds, they are, just like floating mushrooms"....

Our Clouds by JJ Evendon

A layer of cloud covers the summer sky, pleasant without menace. Tantalisingly beautiful. Serene by absence of noise. Drawn by wind carriages. The sun's rays exposing momentary holes, transformed into stilts of light. Radiant. Only to disappear then reappear. All random. The shadow makers continue their passage, individually, collectively - it matters not, for they are there, above. Always above without...

From Nick Houvras

A poem entitled "Rain Clouds We All See" from Nick Houvras, member 7367, ...

From Manuel Ruiz and Jeffrey Pflaum

The cloud photograph is part of a long-term project by Jeffrey Pflaum titled, “Scenes from The Big Cloud Picture Show.” ...

From Emily Ruiz and Jeffrey Pflaum

The cloud photograph is part of a long-term project by Jeffrey Pflaum titled, “Scenes from The Big Cloud Picture Show.” ...

From Jade Brown and Jeffrey Pflaum

The cloud photograph is part of a long-term project by Jeffrey Pflaum titled, “Scenes from The Big Cloud Picture Show.”...