by Than Pence
A thought about clouds and storms.
|Clouds have no firm standing.
They float freely, invading each other’s spaces and places with ease.
Imperialistic clouds cause storms: they get angry when invaded and cast defensive bolts, crying when they cannot stop the intrusion.
In no time, they desist and forget because they have no firm standing.
Their thoughts are too loosely bound to hold remembered grudges.
Which is why they’re so surprised when it happens again.