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Picture Poetry – Clouds Eat the Sky 1. Horizon 2. Hues

Picture Poetry – Clouds Eat the Sky 1. Horizon 2. Hues

Using the picture and the words, 1. Horizon 2. Hues, spill your brain and craft your best poem.  Post your poem on the Daily Wisdom Words website Picture Poetry page.  Afterwards, share your poem on Twitter or other social media sites.  Tag three of your friends and challenge them to write their own poem!

Art by Fedor Barkhatov

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Shirley SatterfieldjazzonthecoastKemAce Apayda Recent comment authors
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Morning clouds have eaten
My skies across our azure horizons
I sail today, a nowhere venture
Leaving my place as summer
Finds your diamond dust
Ceding autumnal hues to come
They call on me, they look to you
My clouds find you
They show me where you are
Lost as our seasons take us


Clouds crawl like vines across the darkening
sky absorbing hues of a setting sun
retreating past a foreign horizon
A lone woman stands beneath its growing
mass with head tilted back to see its forms
The wind dances around her legs and soars
towards the majesty of the Lady
in the Moon. She envisions a brighter
world just beyond her senses and soft touch.
Ignoring temptation she wanders home.

Shirley Satterfield
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Love. Love. Love this pic. Reminds me of Starry Starry Night of Vincent fame.