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clouds increase, decrease–
signs of change thickening–
sky moving higher

Today the prompt for NaPoWriMo was to open a reference book to a random page and make a poem from what you found there.  I chose to do a blackout poem from the page I opened in my Encyclopedia of Superstitions which was the one that included “clouds”.

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We have a clear blue sky here in NYC though.  I will enjoy running my errands today!

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19 responses to “clouds”

  1. merrildsmith says :

    Great idea to do a blackout poem for this prompt. I like the idea of the sky moving, and not the clouds.

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  2. rivrvlogr says :

    Our landscape may change from season to season, but the sky? Always moving. Always.
    Nice reminder.

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  3. Claudia McGill says :

    I like the idea of clouds being portents of change as well as being change themselves.

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  4. Ennle Madresan says :

    Excellent response–Bravo!

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  5. Sharon Mann says :

    What a very cool way to write poetry. I’m taking a writing class and last night we took a sentence from the newspaper and had to write a quick story. Great fun.

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  6. Jodi says :


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  7. Jill Kuhn says :

    Wow! What a great way to create a poem! 😊 And I love your artwork, you clouds look mystical! ⛅️

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  8. Manja Mexi Movie says :

    Spot on. Also, this sounds like a useful encyclopedia to have. People know.

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