Angry Clouds

Angry clouds flew by today,
but I gave them no mind,
and kept my sunny disposition.

Angry clouds scudded the beach,
with dreary gray, but I gave them no mind,
ready for the hurricane's Inquisition.

Angry clouds ran into the mountain,
obscuring the sky, but I gave them no mind,
zipping my coat to the cold's incision.

Angry clouds confronted my plane,
With buffeting sway, but I gave them no mind,
flew around the blast of my reputation.

Birds fly through angry clouds with ease.
Honeybees continue gathering nectar.

Your anger is like the angry clouds,
closing in on a vector... only,

To see the sunshine of your smile once again.
The edge of Katrina

Picture of Katrina from McGee MS

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