POETRY

Clouds, as I am

Remember him who is no more

Who slides along the skyline shore

In bubbled grace he climbs to heights

With shades of gray and pearly whites

Into the day he does expand

And casts his shadow across the land

Opens his chest to relieve the load

Or holds it back to self implode

Releases anger in flash of light

And screams aloud in all his might

At dusk he waits to be absorbed

To pass between two glowing orbs

Watches as aqua’s turn to blues

And yellows line the orange hues

Then night slips to black and gray

The edges slowly drip away

Now lit up by the shine of moon

And floats on still like a balloon

But will deflate down to its core

Remember him who is no more