Tag Archives: Clouds

Face by Jacqueline Nash

Face I thought I saw your face in the clouds, you smiled as if to say, “I’m sorry but I have to go”, then the breeze blew your face away. Advertisements

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Ominous Clouds by Jacqueline Nash

Ominous Clouds Ominous clouds gather darkening the sky Sultry air this Summer’s day Clothes cling to skin Oppressive heat Rainstorm on it’s way

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Pictures by Jacqueline Nash

Pictures We lay on our backs holding hands in the grass, seeing pictures in the clouds as they drift slowly past.

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Cotton Wool Clouds by Jacqueline Nash

Cotton Wool Clouds Clouds of cotton wool slowly glide by, beautiful under a deep blue sky, magical, drifting on high.

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Dark Clouds by Jacqueline Nash

Dark Clouds Dark clouds blown across the sky by a bullying wind forcing them to cry, their tears fall with a sigh.

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