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Robert L. Hinshaw
Oh, fleecy vagabond clouds scudding about this turbulent earth!
The things you must witness drifting o'er its expansive girth,
Arrayed in the heavens by that Benevolent One Immortal!
What peace and beauty you bestow upon this restless mortal!
For the fleet moment you're in view, you capture my imagination,
As I marvel at the dynamics of your ever-changing formation!
I see majestic ships full o'sail racing afore a mighty gale,
Trailing another cottony cloud depicting a languid whale!
Another cloud appears to be a baby angel playing with its toes.
There's a woolly one portraying some little lambs in repose.
Rising o'er the horizon is a cloud imitating a cat a-creeping,
Chasing another cloud on which an innocent mouse is sleeping!
You must dance with glee playing hide and seek 'mongst mountain tors,
But do you weep mournful tears passing o'er lands torn by wars?
With the help of the Master Artist's brush when your day is done,
Such magnificent robes adorn you in the rays of the setting sun!
As I lie upon this grassy knoll watching you pass in review,
How I love to share my dreams and aspirations with you.
As about this troubled orb you traverse your ne'er ending bourne,
May you be a calming symbol to a world so pillaged and torn!
Entry for Gail Angel Doyle's "Changing Sky" Contest