Image by Karen Moen/Lens Flare
Lofting in rays of sunsets purple and blue,
colonies of jellyfish clouds quietly assemble and rest in my sky.
They peer at the life of those down below,
wondering why they hurry,
when gracefully gliding works for them so well.
Looking up to see their constantly changing pace,
yet the jellyfish clouds never hurry;
they seem to be filled with only light and grace.
They only have this moment,
and they meander along
in their own gentle way.