CLOUD HAIKU BY CINDY MARTEK-MEDINA
Cindy Medina from Las Cruces, NM has sent two whimsical haiku poems for us to enjoy. We’ve paired these with a photograph submitted by Fiorella Lacono.
Billows of softness:
Storm cloud’s pillowy features
at odds with cacti.
Quartet of planets
seem a row of lighthouses
for drifting cloud ships.
(Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars)
I love to stare at clouds as well. I especially love the wispy cirrus, and the beauty of the Sun shining on the clouds at the beginning and end of the days putting brilliant colors in the sunrise and sunsets.
I loved the poem and the clouds, both are light on the soul , wish there were more constellation though
i love clouds when they are all fluffy and white like the lightest dessert on some cool blue custard sky haha, the sun on the trees make it all seem even more edible on the palette, gimme some of that sugar anytime.
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