Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Clouds That Come And Go: Poem



Clouds That Come And Go

Clouds that come and go
Untold divine missions do
They carry out, without pause or falter
They our fates can certainly alter.

Clouds that gather up above
Do they ever wonder?
What do scurrying mortals matter?
When the heavens shatter?

Now and then clouds do go
Far above to hot unknown lands
The wonder, the surprise, the unabated joy
When they reply to uplifted hands.

Copyright: Rani Turton

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Tower, Flag, Lamppost: Photograph


The Eiffel Tower, the French flag and a lamppost in Paris, France.