‘From Clouds, With Love.’
With the tender caressing ballet of breeze
Dry Earth blushes; jade leaves twirl in daze
An omen to a cordial offer; a whisper of passion
To the coming waltz of rain, cloud will perform soon.
A/N: A quatrain is a stanza with four lines and a rhyme scheme. While a quatrain is only one verse, a quatrain poem can contain any number of quatrains. As a bonus, the rhyme schemes can be extremely varied, making these poems particularly adaptable and accessible. Dun-dun-dun.