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Cloudface (haiku thoughts)
by Regis Auffray

Saturday, December 10, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A lone cloud appeared and gave rise to haiku thoughts. What do you see?

Photo by me (Regis)


Cloudface (haiku thoughts)


Stranger in the sky
Born from a whim of the wind
Ephemeral mist


Copyright 2005 Regis Auffray
 

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Reviewed by lois christensen 8/19/2014
I see the face in this photo of clouds. In flying above the clouds, they are just mist. Good title for this photo.....
Reviewed by Lena Kovadlo 6/25/2013
I absolutely love your line "stranger in the sky"...

Upon staring at the image you've presented I seem to make out a face - eyes, nose, beard...

Now, you've showcased four different versions of the clouds. Is there a significance to that or were you just playing around with different photoshop effects?
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 9/26/2009
Stranger in the sky. I love that. Very nice Haiku.
Reviewed by Michelle Mead 7/24/2008
i love this- i ahve a thing for clouds and love cloud photos, saving this one
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 12/4/2007
I see a pirate. He's smiling because you found him handsome enough to take his picture! So few find his scraggly, bearded face handsome...he's quite pleased. Very playful of you to ask! Your skillful wording allows the reader to explore their imagination. Love the poem & the pictures! :)Sheila
Reviewed by Silent Dream 8/23/2007
"Born from a whim of the wind" How true. A wonderful description.

I see a face there too ;)

((Hugs and LOve)) ~SilentDream
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 6/4/2007
Delightful. I love to watch clouds (not storm clouds) as they glide by. There are so many characters to be seen. Excellent. Liz
Reviewed by cecil hickman 2/28/2007
a very very well written Haiku with such descriptive words that allow the reader to vision a face within one of natures amazing creations with or without pictures included,,,wonderfully written with great flow,,,,Cecil
Reviewed by Mark Rockeymoore 12/29/2005
i like this one...reminds me of cool, cloudy days lying in the grass staring up at the sky. great imagery! does everything a haiku's supposed to do!
Reviewed by Sandra Corona 12/16/2005
Wow! Cool :). Just read that you're being tracked by 82 people---probably more than most of the poets listed. It's super that you still like my opinion ... even though you obviously have a stupendous fan club.
Happy holidays, dear Regis.
What do I see? In the upper right corner--looking straight at it--I see a face.
:)Sandy
Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly 12/15/2005
I see two eyes, a nose, a small mouth (silence is golden), and many moods. This is so beautiful and inspiring. Just love your photo and your Haiku, "Cloudface." (Brings back memories of my childhood when I would play and describe images in the sky from clouds. thanks for the magic.)
Reviewed by alejapoet@aol.com Bennett 12/15/2005
This is beautiful Regis and I din't orget you. I see the light and i see darkness. I'd rather God shine the light then darkness. He shines on the just and the un just and like you I hate lies also.
Reviewed by Sarah Tagert 12/15/2005
enchanting write!!
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 12/14/2005
the hand of God giving you a little push, Regis!
Reviewed by E. Richardson 12/14/2005
Regis my friend...this is an exceptional piece of work. Like many of the other comments here, I am a cloud watcher as well.
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 12/14/2005
In this haiku I see the birth of love in the form of infactuation. Thanks Regis
Reviewed by Cynth'ya cynthyaspeaks@gmail.com 12/13/2005
I see old men and birds. i.e. the face of Wisdom.
blessin's, yet another great Haiku from you Bro. Regis,
cynth'ya
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 12/13/2005
Reminds me of school when I used to daydream in class staring at clouds till the board eraser would fly passed my head..
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 12/13/2005
Hello, friend. Very cool pictures. My second time through. Even cooler ku. :-) ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Peter Paton 12/13/2005
I saw a new star being born in the stellar system Reg
Perhaps it signifies a bright new beginning for you Reg in 2006, God Willing !
Wonderful and intriguing offering
All the best for Christmas and New Year 2006
You are in my prayers !
Peter
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 12/12/2005
I see Angels..how glorious..

Well done Regis..


vesna:)
Reviewed by * T * 12/12/2005
I love gazing at clouds too ... I see a face and a tiara too :) Wonderful haiku, Regis ... Love, Tiana
Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/12/2005
Cloud gazing
I do That often
intriguing are the shapes
formed and vaporized
thanks for sharing

William .....Peace
Happy Holidays
Reviewed by Eddie Thompson 12/12/2005
I love looking at the clouds. Thanks.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 12/12/2005
I see wonderful art, photography and a mind that is as open and receptive to creative thought as is the moving cinemascope of the heavens. Minerva with a beard is who I see... no!! The Roman Sun God, actually... wozhisname... oops, the clouds of my mind have lost it again! Love the concepts here, Reg. TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 12/11/2005
You captured a moment beautifully Regis....excellent

Carole...love and peace
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 12/11/2005
Y e s !! :) <3 :)
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 12/11/2005
Funny how it just happens; our imagination dresses it up. Great haiku. Thank you, Regis.

Carmen :-)
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 12/11/2005
I've Seem Many Things In Clouds -But . My Then Home I Watched Physical Human Beings Man Flyen Tumbling Endlessly Over & Over In (Orbit) Space!

Countless Real UFO's...

PS: How'd You Like Be 1 Of Those Evil Humans Living Drowning Alive In Endless Space...

Love Photos...

TRASK
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 12/11/2005
It's truly amazing what we can see in the clouds. I love taking pictures because each one is so unique.

Love & Light,
Joseph
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 12/11/2005
Wonderful lines, Regis
Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas
Reviewed by Paul Williams 12/11/2005
Awesome Ku Regis and pics to match excellent.

Paul;-)
Reviewed by Monette Bebow-Reinhard (Reader) 12/11/2005
Oh, this is wonderful! Is that a real cloud - almost scary, like someone looking down on us! Could that be Zeus?
Reviewed by Steve Patterson 12/11/2005
short, sweet & well versed.
TX
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 12/11/2005
I see an angel...a beauty of a haiku Regis.
Best wishes always
from
kay
Reviewed by Robin Ouzman Hislop 12/10/2005
v impressive the photos especially the face's different aspects & the haiku almost perfect, with the faces of course saludos
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 12/10/2005
Reg, what a delight so concise yet so descriptive. Well done.
Bobbi
Reviewed by Dan Rains 12/10/2005
Looks like a face to me. Interesting.
Dan
Reviewed by Lori Moore 12/10/2005
A wonderful moment.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/10/2005
I see the face too :-) love the Haiku. It appears that you and I would have a field day together showing each other the things that we see within the shapes of other shapes. I have a happy face in my living room carpet :-)
Reviewed by Martin Hebert 12/10/2005
Regis~~great poem~~love it!!~~

~~martin~~
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 12/10/2005
Suprising what we can see in those clouds..
Merry Christmas Regis!
Reviewed by jude forese 12/10/2005
my imagination sees a face, my mind sees only a cloud ... together, i see the symbolic nature of being ... well written haiku, Regis ...
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/10/2005
Thank you for making us take a moment to reflect on the mystical magical world of nature that always gives us somthing to wonder about.

Felix
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 12/10/2005
Looks like my brain on a normal hyper day. I used to lie flat on my back and stare into the heavens. Very relaxing. Very mystical. Don't know why I never do that anymore. Nice haiku.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/10/2005
Fantastic ku Regis! Wow that photo gives rise to remembering all those who see faces and believe they are holy! It really does look like one of the pictures I've seen of Jesus taken in the Shroud of Turin...it was distorted,and showed how He had been beaten etc...strange isn't it, what the mind can conceive in a cloud, from preconceived images? Thanks for sharing Regis!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Constance Gotsch 12/10/2005
Wow. I like it. I have a photo with a cloud face in it, too. Interestingly enough, I didn't really see it when I shot the image. I was looking for something else.
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/10/2005
It sure looks like a guardian angel to me
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/10/2005
I can see an angel

I can see a man's face!!

And believe it or not in the darkest picture I can even see the face of a baboon..the "angel wings" becomes the forehead and eyes!!

My imagination goes wild looking at this pic...I might be wrong but that is what i see my friend!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 12/10/2005
The Goddess is tossing you down the runes. I see the female Divinity in the picture. She has appeared in your favor for the festival of Ferefaria, the festival of the wilderness. Wicca is so knowledgable in nature and her workings so profound that it is used to communicate with the elements to bring about some desired change. Magical Haiku, Reg.

Sage
Reviewed by L. Figgins 12/10/2005
Beautiful ku, Regis. Wow, what a pic! Looks to me to be the spirit of Christmas future. He's smiling, so I forecast much joy for you!
Keep looking up my friend...

Reviewed by Karen Cino 12/10/2005
I see a face of a male guardian angel watching over you in all aspects of your life. In happiness, sadness, personal mourning, and fear. You were meant to capture this stranger in the sky to help you through this rough patch in your life.

Love and peace to you.

Karen ~hugs~
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 12/10/2005
Ed's interpretation is awesome, Regis...can't top that one...terrific, clear photo...great for stimulating the imagination.

Gina
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 12/10/2005
God has his eye on you, Regis... (that would be my take on that cloud) Ed



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