“Clouds come floating into my life - no longer to carry rain or usher storm - but to add color to my sunset sky.”, “There's the South Pole said Christopher Robin and I expect there's an East Pole and a West Pole though people don't like talking about them.” ― A.A. Milne, ”Poetry and Hums aren’t things which you get – they’re things which get you. And all you can do is go where they can find you.” - Winnie the Pooh, Gramercy et merci Le Roi Lion, Long long afterward in an oak I found the arrow still unbroke;, Soft breeze blowing in the trees peace of mind - feel at ease, The Forest will always be there, To cease and desist - torment-tags dismissed - read on be assured - no links to endure, Who's to say where the wind will take you Who's to say what it is will break you I don't know Which way the wind will blow
Sonmi has been reading rather a lot of A.A.Milne of late, and, thinking of Pooh and his friendship with Piglet, and it has led her to consider those friends who have had to depart for distant destinations and dimensions, and follow other paths to our own. The warm simplicity of Mr Milne’s writing inspired her to pen the following lines – The Cloud
The Forest Will Always Be There.
There’s something we have, that can never end,
The bond that is forged with a very dear friend.
There are times we must fly,
There are times we must drift,
But always look back upon those smiles as a gift.
And if when you’re travelling so far from these shores,
You catch sight of a cloud that reminds you of yours,
Let your heart be warmed,
Let your soul fill with glee,
For I am those Clouds and the Clouds are all me.
“Isn’t that fine?” shouted Winnie the Pooh down to you. “What do I look like?” “You look like a bear holding on to a balloon,” you said. “Not,” said Pooh anxiously, “not like a small black cloud in a blue sky?” “Not very much.”
― Winnie the Pooh