Clouds(Alliteration) Poem by Practicing Poetess

Clouds(Alliteration)

Rating: 5.0


Wisps on the Wind
Floating, fleeting
Softly shape-shifting,
Cottonballs carried
Gently, gracefully
By brisk breezes.


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Michael Walker 15 September 2019

A striking metaphor ' cottonballs' for clouds. It takes me back to learning the various types of clouds-cumulus, nimbus, stratus-at high school. Clouds fascinate me, like your poem.

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Practicing Poetess 15 September 2019

They've always fascinated me, too. Don't forget about the cirrus ones. And cumulonimbus. I remember the very first time I ever flew in a jet. I felt as though I was floating along on puffs of cotton! Thanks, Michael.

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louis rams 14 September 2019

a beautiful thought and explanation of seen thru the eyes of a poet

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Practicing Poetess 14 September 2019

Thank you so much, Louis, for that sweet comment! : -)

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Lamar Cole 14 September 2019

This is a very nice poem about clouds.

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Practicing Poetess 14 September 2019

Thanks, Lamar, I love it when consonants repeat! (But you have to be careful when reading it aloud - - You can become tongue-tied- - The old 'She sells sea-shells' effect! : -)

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