Patterns of cloud

P.C :- Sue Vincent

Patterns of cloud,

Arrange, rearrange,







Sly looks,

Sheepish grin,

Anything but serene,

Playful pranksters,

Assembling in swarms,

From here, there, everywhere,

What’s on their agenda?

Hide the mighty Sun?

Alas! What harm did he do?

All against one?

Owe it to,

Boredom blues.

49 words.

Thoughts :- A tribute to the various patterns effortlessly made by clouds. They always amuse and amaze me. The poem looks silly, nevertheless, I had to write it.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sue Vincent for running the #writephoto challenge. The challenge is to write a piece with inspiration drawn from the picture above. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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  1. WOW! its not a silly one at all, I quite loved reading it. In fact, i went back the second time to check the cloud patterns mentioned by you and was quite amazed at the beauty of your expressions used!

    A brilliant write actually! πŸ™‚

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