celebrating the extraordinary in the ordinary - the official small stone e-zine
I love this; it takes me back to childhood cloudwatching, when I'd watch them make shapes and then go wandering off across the sky--and I'd be sad they were leaving me behind. I haven't watched clouds like that for years. Now I'm thinking I should.
Indeed. They are harbouring many secrets--sometimes very scary ones.
Fine question, Rachel; it generated this senryu-ish echo!a whisperpasses through these cloudssecret wind...and curiously, it is in conjunction with a new word learned from Susan's blog: NUBIVAGANT. _m
Makes you think, doesn't it?
They know a great deal, I suspect. A beautiful thing to consider.
Hello allThanks for looking in and adding developments!I will, as promised on my blog, post the other 4 stones about clouds myself when I get back home. x
I thought you might like to know, Fiona, that the public vote is with you too!here.x
Interesting read, Rachel - thanks!
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