Steven Astro


The Cloud Princess - Poem by Steven Astro

Who could know
Who would wonder
That this girl
Could make such thunder


At first it starts
With blue skies yonder
Then we sit and think and ponder
Her passion flashes bright
Her eyes mesmerise all in sight


Lightening crashes to the ground
Then she smiles and looks around
This dark haired Lady from above
Claps her hand and makes us frown
Even when the storm blows in
We know her smile will always win

How can us mortals not fall in love
With this beauty from above
When she's quite
The sun shines bright
Glorious yellow warms our sights
Like her smile, It's always there
Lifting our souls into the air

The beauty of her nebulous glow
The pace of clouds drifting slow
Only she knows why this is so
For her calming nature show
The birds come out to say hello

But us mere mortals look above and see
The beauty of her flying free
We whisper prays and thank her
The cloud princess, we love you
If in the air
If on the sea
If crossing land
We spot your hand
That fans the clouds about the sky

We see you Princess of the sky
Powerful nature whizzing high
Never change or say goodbye
Or part of us would surly die
How we love to lie
And watch your clouds go drifting by


Now the night begins to draw
Your colours change to many more
Pinks, orange, mauves galore
My wish is to see lots more
So, as the night puts you to bed
Your turning now, so very red

When your clouds are very dark
When it's raining in your heart
You know we need your love
As we love you true
Be happy and glad
That life's so good
Float above it all, you should see
Your troubles look so very small
Cloud Princess, you never rest
With love so bright
Chase away the night

Cloud Princess
What's more to say
Please, just keep the rain away


Comments about The Cloud Princess by Steven Astro

  • (8/13/2010 7:02:00 AM)


    This is really an invogorating piece. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 13, 2010



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