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A Sunny Cloud


Early in the morning, the sun’s first rays hit the top of the hills and one lonely leftover cloud. I’ve learned keep the camera handy and to drop everything when the light is right. Sure enough, less than a minute later, the light changed and the magic was gone.

Cloud Talk


I didn’t have the heart to add

Another drop of rain

With all the cloudbursts you have had

It could become a pain.


I’d rather brighten up your day

With promises of joy

For drought relief, a price you pay

Too much rain can annoy.


Author: wordsfromanneli

Writing, travel, photography, nature, more writing....

19 thoughts on “A Sunny Cloud

  1. What a lovely poem, goes with the beautiful Picture!

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  2. Photo and poetry both great! That photographer’s instinct is real important. I think you’ve got it. 🙂


  3. That photo is definitely one of those “Kodak Moments”. Good job on the photo and the poem. 🙂 ❤

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  4. Awesome photo and cute poem. We just returned from a trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota (as on my last post), but the mountains in your part of the world are much more majestic and awe inspiring. The Black Hills were lovely, but they had a whole different feel.

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  5. This was a gorgeous photo with a special message for the sunny cloud. 🌤

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