Be inspired by these quotes about clouds. As children, we look at the clouds and dream and imagine what the shapes are. As adults, we at times can feel there are heavy clouds above us.
But for every cloud, there is beauty and
in every cloud there is a silver lining you just have to look for it as a child looks for shapes.
Better to hope, though the clouds hand low, and to keep the eyes still lifted; for the sweet blue sky will still peep through when the ominous clouds are rifted!
Unknown, Road Of Life
Poems About Clouds
Though the clouds are dark around us, and our pathway drear and lone, Oh! is it not sweet to say "Father in heaven, thy will be done?"
Lillian E. Curtis, Thy Will Be Done
I therefore turn my clouds about, and always wear them inside out, to show the silver lining.
Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler, The Inner Side
Success is failure turned inside out - the silver tint of the clouds of doubt, and when you never can tell how close you are, it may be near when it seems afar
Edgar A. Guest Don't Quit Poem
May you find the silver lining until the sun comes out again. Always remember, above the clouds the sun is still shining.
Catherine Pulsifer, Wish For The Coming Year
New Years Wish
The clouds are at play in the azure space, and their shadows at play on the bright green vale; and here they stretch to the frolic chase,
and there they roll on the easy gale.
Unknown, Just A Mention Of the Seasons
Poems About The Seasons
God watches, and thou wilt have sun when clouds their perfect work have done.
Mary Frances Butts, Is It Raining, Little Flower?
Poems About Rain
Never lose hope. The darkest clouds precede the loveliest rain!
We look o'er the dark clouds that hover around, to greet a ray of light visible afar, and tho' trials and troubles are dense and profound,
we would look for Hope's radiant star.
Lillian E Curtis
Star Of Hope
The day had been a calm and sunny day, and tinged with amber was the sky at even; the fleecy clouds at length had rolled away, and lay in furrows on the eastern heaven
John H. Bryant, Winter
The clouds break - light thro' the darkness penetrates the gloom with its effulgence, and from on high soft Alleluias float like angels' whisperings -full of hope
Eloise A. Skimings, Easter
But when clouds begin to gather and when trouble rules the day your money doesn't lure a friend worth while to come your way.
Edgar A. Guest, Friendship Of The Good And True
True Friendship Poems
The morning clouds are full of beauty, too, and dash their richest crimson o'er the scene
H. A. Laveley, October
And every sunbeam is a joy and treasure, and every cloud a solace and a balm.
Frederick George Scott, In The Woods
Poems About God
May your morning be full of sunshine, may your day be free of clouds
A sliver light now tints the clouds above, glad promise of the morn that is to be
Unknown, He Lives Again
Good Friday Poem
Whether clouds are dark or the sun does shine; so thou art e'er unfaltering true to me.
Lillian E. Curtis
A Bride To Her Husband
The sun arising from his bed of rolling clouds imprints a burning kiss upon the virgin snows.
Drusilla Mary Child, Sunrise on The Mountains
Poems About Mountains
For the cloudiest night has a hint of light somewhere in the shadows hiding. It is better by far to hunt for a star than the spot on the sun abiding.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, A Hint Of Life
May the quick, warm winds of spring sweep away all grimy clouds joy and happiness ever bring
May Angels Surround You
Irish Wedding Blessing
The clouds have silver lining, don't forget and though he's hidden, still the sun is shining
Anna Shipton, Facing The Future
Poems About Regret
The silver is the lining in the clouds of doubt...that you must look for as you go through life.
Unknown, Legend of the Butterfly
Sometimes there are clouds of gloom, but these are transient all; if the shower will make the roses bloom, oh! why lament its fall?
Charlotte Bronte, Life
Poems For Women
Yet even though the clouds would sometimes sunlit moments hide my ever patient, faithful friend kept sure watch by my side.
John McLeod, The Ever Patient Faithful Friend
No dark cloud of care my heart can ensnare. The Lord He guideth me.
Eloise A. Skimings, The Lord He Guideth Me
Faith In God Poems
Beautiful days and balmy air, after the season of toil and care, silvery clouds flitting here and there; 'tis autumn!
Isaac W. Sanborn, Autumn
Twould be a joy could I behold the dappled fields of green and gold, or in the cool, sweet clover lie and watch the cloud-ships drifting by.
Far From The Madding Crowd
Whoever says when clouds are in the sky, “Be patient, heart; light breaketh by and by,"
Elizabeth York Case, There Is No Unbelief
Poems About Beliefs
The pessimist's a cheerless man; to him the world's a place of anxious thoughts and clouds and gloom; smiles visit not his face.
Judge not! - though clouds of seeming guilt may dim thy brothers fame
Unknown, Judge Not
Judging Others Poems
Misfortune's bruised your brow again; the clouds have poured their floods of rain...be glad for life and do not grumble!
David V. Bush Do Not Grumble
No painted scenes - since clouds can change their skies a hundred times a day to please my eyes.
William Henry Davies, A Plain Life
Poems About Living A Simple Life
Feathery clouds, and long, still afternoons scarce a leaf stirring, and birdies’ soft croons, are coming in August.
Unknown, Beautiful Things
July's clouds, like fluffy daydreams, drift lazily overhead, carrying with them the promise of endless possibilities.
Though clouds obscure the summer sky, yield not to dark despair; the glorious sun is just as nigh as when the skies were fair.
Daniel C. Colesworthy, Never Yield To Sorrow
Be Not Discouraged
Blessings on the man who smiles....the man who smiles when the clouds lower, when fortune frowns, when the tides are adverse.
George L. Perin, Blessings On The Man
Though it rains like the rain of the flood, little man, and the clouds are forbidding and thick. You can make the sun shine in your soul, little man — do something for somebody, quick.
Unknown, Do Something
How to Live Your Best Life
For who will notice that clouds are drear if pleasant faces are always near. And who will remember that skies are gray if he carries a happy heart all day?
A smile thus bubbling from the heart of our friends or fellowmen, will drive the clouds of gloom away and bring the sunshine again.
D. W. Moore, It Doesn't Cost A Cent
A Smile Costs Nothing