Marilyn Lott

Rookie - 291 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Oklahoma Clouds Poem by Marilyn Lott


The clouds in Oklahoma send
So many messages to me
You don’t need to watch for weather
On the weather channel on TV

You see their puffy whiteness
And you know right at a glance
For now there is no rain in sight
Not even a slight chance

They gather all together and make
A picture in the sky
At times they are so beautiful that
They make me want to cry

And then, my friend, we get
A sky of a sooty black
A storm of new dimensions
Is about to make an attack

Oklahoma clouds are so amazing
And in sunrises and sunsets
They add to delicious colors
The prettiest sky you’ll ever get!

Submitted: Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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  • Rookie - 9 Points Linda Winchell (11/25/2008 10:44:00 AM)

    I love clouds and use to when younger always seem to see animals and faces in them. Now? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Ten my friend! Linda (Report) Reply

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