30 Days Hath September 2016 | Day 31 | After Weather: A Formal Fearfulness Forms by Richard Cambridge

October 4, 2016

BEI 30 Days Proposed GraphicAfter Weather: A Formal Fearfulness Forms

 

Cumulonimbus clouds are a type of cumulus cloud associated

Cumulonimbus louds are a type of vernacular associated

with thunderstorms and heavy precipitation. They are also a

with thunderous pronouncements of heavy recitation. They are also a

variation of nimbus or precipitation bearing clouds. They are

variation of nimble pre-dictates bearing calumnies. They are

formed beneath 20,000 ft. and are relatively close to the ground.

formed beneath twenty thousand feet trampling souls to ground.

This is why they have so much moisture. Cumulonimbus clouds are

This is why they have so much hatred. Cumulonimbus Louds are

also known as thunderheads due to their unique mushroom shape.

also known as Thunder Heads due to their unquiet mushroom shape.

These clouds often produce lightning in their heart.

These Louds often produce lightning that strikes and kills the heart.

 

—Richard Cambridge

 

An interlinear reimagining of “Cumulonimbus Clouds,” an article by Tega Jessa, which appeared in Universe Today, updated 24 December 2015.

http://www.universetoday.com/41646/cumulonimbus-cloud

 

 

 

 

BIO:

 

Richard Cambridge is a Fellow Emeritus of the Black Earth Institute. He curates the Poets’ Theatre at the Arts at the Armory in Somerville, Massachusetts. A poet, novelist, and performance artist, his one man show, The Cigarette Papers—A Journey from Addiction, was hailed by the Boston Globe as a “tour de force.”

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