‘Clouds’ by is a poem by aspiring poet and writer from Perak, Malaysia, Sheila Ann Packirnathan.
Vibrant neon crayons shaping you
as a rainbow of colors
Petals of newborn roses, rises behind, impetuous shadows of Numen
At times sun kissed, damp smudge
of orange, white as snow
Nuances of dawn reflecting each passing time
Sometimes you transpire
shapes that mistify ones imagination
Offering to Gods
Farmers are elated when they know you are grey
Gather together to welcome the rain
Pitch black, darkening blue, dusk demesnes of night
Moon transcending to give light
Stars stutter to dazzle blinds
Too much of secrets, as far away, notion of skies
Coffee ?? just you and me
Don’t forget to bring icing
sugary lumps & cotton candies…..
Cover image by Paolo Chiabrando/ Unsplash. The copyright of ‘Clouds’ belongs to Sheila Ann Packirnathan.