Vera Sidhwa


Clouds in the Blue Sky Today


The clouds asked the sky,
How it was today.
The sky told the clouds,
How can I say.

Because I can be,
Clear and grey in a second's flash,
And my fury could have trees lash.


But the clouds now asked,
Are we bigger than you?
The sky loved to answer,
I am too.

The clouds floated around,
And saw no competition,
So the sky and the clouds,
Danced happily all around.

Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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