O That A Chariot Of Cloud Were Mine!
O that a chariot of cloud were mine!
Of cloud which the wild tempest weaves in air,
When the moon over the oceanâ??s line
Is spreading the locks of her bright gray hair.
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Percy Bysshe Shelley
A Cloud withdrew from the Sky

A Cloud withdrew from the Sky
Superior Glory be
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Emily Dickinson
The Final Painting
The white cloud passed over the land
there is sea always round the land
the sky is blue always above the cloud
the cloud in the blue continues to move
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Lee Harwood
Saint Cloud
Soft spread the southern sumer night
Her veil of darksome blue;
Ten thousand stars combined to light
The terrace of Saint Cloud.
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Sir Walter Scott
.I Want To Be A Cloud Above You
I want to be a cloud above you,
To travel in the world,
To be on highest sky,
Nearest stars and moon.
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Cristina Teodor
Less Than The Cloud To The Wind
Less than the cloud to the wind,
Less than the foam to the sea,
Less than the rose to the storm
Am I to thee.
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Sara Teasdale
A Night-Piece By Millet
Wind and sea and cloud and cloud-forsaking
Mirth of moonlight where the storm leaves free
Heaven awhile, for all the wrath of waking
Wind and sea.
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Algernon Charles Swinburne
Cloudy Sky
The Moon she is a pretty girl who lives up in the stars
And that old cloud he's a great old man who loves her from afar
He loves her from afar
When Lady Moon smiles down on him ol' Cloud is all a-wonder
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Shel Silverstein
There's Not A Trace Of Cloud
There's not a trace of cloud
Now-and she
Is in my thoughts;
The moon and my heart
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The Sun retired to a cloud

The Sun retired to a cloud
A Woman's shawl as big-
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Emily Dickinson
To Wilhelmina
A white face, drooping, on a bending neck:
A tube-rose that with heavy petal curves
Her stem: a foam-bell on a wave that swerves
Back from the undulating vessel's deck.
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Sidney Lanier
The Faun Sees Snow For The First Time
Cloud-whirler, son-of-Kronos,
Send vengeance on these Oreads
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Richard Aldington
The Cloud
A CLOUD the valley domes, and down
Yon erewhile sun-lit mountain stealth,
And bit by bit, with one black frown,
The green and gold below concealed.
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Joseph Skipsey
A curious Cloud surprised the Sky

A curious Cloud surprised the Sky,
'Twas like a sheet with Horns;
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Emily Dickinson
Chose Vue
A metrical caprice.

Up she rose, fair daughter--well she was graced
As a cloud her going, stept from her chair,
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Francis Thompson
This Day, O Soul
THIS day, O Soul, I give you a wondrous mirror;
Long in the dark, in tarnish and cloud it lay--But the cloud has
pass'd, and the tarnish gone;
... Behold, O Soul! it is now a clean and bright mirror,
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Walt Whitman
The Weakest Thing
Which is the weakest thing of all
Mine heart can ponder?
The sun, a little cloud can pall
With darkness yonder?
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Love's Land
Oh Love builds on the azure sea,
And Love builds on the golden sand,
And Love builds on the rose-winged cloud,
And sometimes Love builds on the land!
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Isabella Valancy Crawford
Low-Anchored Cloud
Low-anchored cloud,
Newfoundland air,
Fountain-head and source of rivers,
Dew-cloth, dream-drapery,
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Henry David Thoreau
The Cloud
The islands called me far away,
The valleys called me home.
The rivers with a silver voice
Drew on my heart to come.
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Josephine Preston Peabody

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