The Clouds’ Tale

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Look at the clouds, they tell a story

Of untold woes and songs of glory.

Woes always hidden, never seen;

In the sky infinite they will always be.

They carry them within for times unknown.

Without a glitch they glide on,

But once in a while when it gets too heavy,

They let go, cause’ they’re weary.

And then it rains and we call it nature’s beauty,

But that? It is just the clouds’ melancholic story.

-Leha

14 Comments Add yours

  1. I Spread Words says:

    Beautiful!

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    1. Leha says:

      Thank you!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Samuel says:

    Beautifully expressed. Well done.

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  3. syncwithdeep says:

    War of words.. Beautiful!

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    1. Leha says:

      Thank You:)

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Srijan says:

    i loved this, love!

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    1. Leha says:

      Thank you !

      Like

  5. Nayantara says:

    A beautiful poem. I honestly cannot wait for the monsoon to arrive. Its funny and relieving how almost like the flick of a button the weather goes from hot and balmy to cool and refreshing. I love the monsoon.

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    1. Leha says:

      Haha, I second that. Enough of the sultry summer now! Time for some rain

      Like

  6. Strange fact: I live in Phoenix, the center of the desert, but we experience a monsoon season. In the summer, warm winds and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico brings us huge, violent storms, with sideways winds and torrential rain.
    I will think of your poem during our next storm. Thank you.

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    1. Leha says:

      Wow, thanks for sharing that !! I just love the rains. It just brings out the beauty in the already beautiful Nature.

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  7. Beautiful. I loved the last three lines especially! ♥️

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    1. Leha says:

      Thank you 🙂

      Like

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