Thursday photo prompt – Gold #write photo

This poem is written for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. https://scvincent.com/2017/03/30/thursday-photo-prompt-gold-writephoto-4/

Continuously leaking grey cloud,

result in a dash for the plane,

The flow of water relentless,

Showing no signs of refrain.

 

Luggage stowed and seated,

My dampness obscures my pleasure,

Although the sight and smell of rain,

Are welcome; like unexpected treasure.

 

The plane takes off,

Cutting through the gloom,

Up through the clouds,

Where there is more room.

 

Higher up we go,

Grey dissolves into white,

Feathery clouds appear,

A magnificent sight.

 

The sun a vibrant artist,

Paints the world a brilliant gold,

Banishing the eerie darkness,

With strokes firm and bold.

 

Pink and orange detail,

Results in a colourful mosaic,

A distraction from the turbulence,

That makes the plane shake.

 

Such a huge contrast,

Outside, spacious and free,

Not confined and cramped,

Like unfortunate and wet me.

 

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40 thoughts on “Thursday photo prompt – Gold #write photo

  1. This is delightful, Robbie 🙂 Thank you for making my day!

    On Mon, Apr 3, 2017 at 6:30 AM, Robbie’s inspiration wrote:

    > robbiesinspiration posted: “This poem is written for Sue Vincent’s > Thursday photo prompt. https://scvincent.com/2017/03/ > 30/thursday-photo-prompt-gold-writephoto-4/ Continuously leaking grey > cloud, result in a dash for the plane, The flow of water relentless, > Showing no signs o” >

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  2. Such a beautiful Poem Robbie.. You took me up up and away, way above those clouds.. So descriptive.. as I soared up in that plane.
    Wishing you a Sunny week and Hope those grey clouds although rain is much needed do not last too long.. xxx

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      1. Ah, Robbie – I had high hopes of us having a transcendent friendship (what with us having the same name and all) so I put my heart and soul into devising a unique and never-used-before-in-the-entire-history-of-the-world comment for your post! I confess to being a little disappointed by your reply.
        But hey – you’re welcome. 🙂
        *Robert sighs and trudges back to the drawing board*

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      2. It was a very intriguing comment and left me slightly at a loss for words. So I took a very cautious route in my reply. Have a lovely weekend. I hope that your creativity followed you back to that drawing board.

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