Cloud Drift

Cloud Drift

 a body of drifting clouds across the sky.
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As the days slipped by they grew more gracious; the hillsides began to look as if they were thinking of mayflowers; the old orchard was washed in a bath of tingling sunshine and the sap stirred in the big trees; by day the sky was veiled with delicate cloud drift, fine and filmy as woven mist; in the evenings a full, low moon looked over the valleys, as pallid and holy as some aureoled saint; a sound of laughter and dream was on the wind and the world grew young with the mirth of April breezes.
The two of them finished the morning back at the ledge: the man sitting on mossy rock watching fluffs of cloud drift across what was now a soft-pastel sky, the setter lying on ferns with his head resting on a leather boot.
Having waved goodbye to those initial, grand plans for a Kings Dock and then seen the Cloud drift over the horizon, Merseysiders now fear the eagerly awaited Merseytram system could hit the buffers.
Eurocontrol, which oversees regional air traffic, said the situation could be worse tomorrow as the ash cloud drifts south but no major airports are expected to close.
But the moment that golden cloud drifts gently from the top of the castle, it's magic.
Its velocity vector is determined by the wind, since the cloud drifts with the wind.
Cloud drifts into dough through open windows, making it rise.