Friday Fun – clouds

Please share a few of your ‘cloud’ photos, poetry or stories?

Whether through your lens or with creative writing … go where the prompt leads!

Post a photo or get creative
… skies the limit, be sublime, fluffy or grey … p
lease share that!

 

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49 comments

  1. Love this! And your photo! 🙂
    I looked through my poems that had cloud or clouds in them and most of them were w-a-y too l-o-n-g to share here, but I found a short one to share a shorter one…

    last night the man-in-the-moon
    played hide-and-seek with me.
    as he hid behind the clouds
    i wished i had someone else
    to play with.
    YOU!
    ©You.CS.9.16.2007
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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  2. I guess you won’t need to for I did it. I’m assuming you’ll get a pingback. It was fun! Both the pictures (I love clouds…. and I love all my cloud pictures. Although I couldn’t find most) and the writing. Thought of you when I wrote it.
    How are you?

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    • lol lovely contribution thanks Eliza … great just super busy as I relocated yesterday. Now for the set up, change of addresses, local volunteer work … it’s always big so wont be reading much for a while 🙂

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  3. Years ago, many years ago, I and two friends of mine, hiked up a mountain in the Smokies in East Tennessee. It was a long arduous climb, but once we got to the top we realized we were in clouds. Clouds were passing around the mountain top. It was a moment of pure delight. It was refreshingly cool, even though down below the temp was in the high eighties. The clouds whirled around us, enveloped us, soothed us. It was mystical, not in a religious sense, but more of a human feeling. We were immersed in a life -force, like stepping into the ocean for the first time.

    Lovely post, Kate. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

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    • and thanks for sharing such a delightful experience Paul … even flying one gets a sense of that but being there in person, no plane cabin insulating one, it is sheer magic 🙂

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