Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Dinosaur cloud #NaPoWriMoDaySixteen

Dinosaur cloud
Floating across the blue spring sky
Dinosaur cloud
Searching for shoots to munch aloud
In the quest it's reaching up high
Then crouches down to much and lie
Dinosaur cloud

Xxxx

This is a Rondelet poem, linked up at real toads where we were challenged to write one today.

12 comments:

Margaret said...

Should it have read "to munch" ? I see that hungry, searching dinosaur in the photo!

Marian said...

how fun! i just love this, and isn't it great that you were able to capture that cloud. i hope your kids helped you with writing this one.

Susie Clevenger said...

Amazing what you can see in the clouds. Thanks for sharing.

aprille said...

This is fun. Just right for the form. Aren't clouds just amazing with their changing shapes. Great idea.

hedgewitch said...

Nicely done--and a great imagination to see a dinosaur in that cloud.

Jinksy said...

I'm with Margaret on the 'munch' word... :) Fund poem.

Gail said...

Pretty good poem!

Helen said...

We share a fascination for seeing images in cloud formations ... nice!!

Akila G said...

wonderful words and imagery!!

Other Mary said...

I have fond memories of interpreting cloud forms with my kids. Thanks for touching that memory.

Kay L. Davies said...

This is super, Emma. My brother and I spent hours finding animals in the clouds.
I have the same concern as Margaret, however, re "much" might want changing to "munch" in the fourth line.
K

Emma Major said...

thanksfor all your lovely comments.
I'm confused though, the fourth line does say munch, is there a dinosaur eating n on your screens?