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I write what I feel…



Cumulus Clouds


White, fluffy clouds up high in the sky –
The lower layer moves slowly
And, to my eye,
What wonderful shapes they make:
Animals, birds and even the faces
Of men and women,
Then the picture changes
As vehicles of all descriptions
Come and go while I watch,
Morphing from one to another,
An angel, a wizard, a witch,
Fantasies of an endless variety
Take my imagination on a wild journey.


©DGA 30.09.2010

Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people! I am back after a break. Thanks for still being here, if you are! Missed you! xxx

12 thoughts on “Fantasies

  1. This is wonderful, Denise, a really enjoyable poem.


  2. A lovely poem. I love cloud-reading, sometimes I think it’s better even than reading a book. 🙂 Those are awesome clouds in that photo.


  3. so fun to look at the cloud and imagine…my whole sky is full of them though right now…and they are spitting on perhaps in a day or two i can dream in them again..


  4. Loved the imagery you’ve created with your words here DENISE…WHOOOHOOO…(sorry) but now I know your name. Much love my friend xxx (If you don’t mind me calling you Denise 🙂 🙂 🙂


    • Of course I don’t mind, Amanda – unless you turn into one of the stalkers that have been plaguing (sp?) WP and Blogspot, lol! Actually, it’s no laughing matter. A total of three bloggers I know have been affected and almost stopped blogging because of it. I only had two responses to yesterday’s post – unpopular subject, it seems. Take care. 😀 xxx


  5. i see what you did there


  6. i can has cheeseburger?


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