Friday, February 24, 2006

Sharon in the sky

Lazy afternoons we gaze. Clear blue skies, bright sunny days.
Boats set sale, whales coast by. Big eared dogs seem to fly.

And then we see SHARON.

Poem excerpt by Valencia Whitlow.


Ding Dong said...

when i see this, i am mystified by the sky!

yellopad said...

"The word cumulus comes from the Latin word for a heap or a pile. Cumulus clouds are puffy in appearance. They look like large cotton balls."