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The Lark

A Cloudy Eve

A poem about the natural beauty of a cloudy evening

Photo by NOAA on Unsplash

Sunrays filtered through the clouds
On the dusky sky
Like desert sand scattered
On a pale blue canvas
The odd white clouds
Rimming the glowing orange horizon
And little birds flying
Hither and thither
In search of their homes
Occasionally cross the scenic skies
Accentuating their appeal
Beautifying the vision
The clouds turn slowly orange, pink
And then a…

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The Lark shares fictional short stories and poetry

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Graveheart Neel

Graveheart Neel

An aspiring poet, a regular 9–5 employee trying to break free from the monotony of routine life; hoping for cathartic expression of my literary self..

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