Tag Archives: Cloudeight Essays

Autumn Thoughts

    Autumn Thoughts In my tiny part of the world, autumn has settled in. Walking outside it may still feel summerlike, but a glance at the clock when darkness covers my little town tells me the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. the shorter days are a subtle reminder that… Read More »

Innocence Lost

    Innocence Lost Most of us think back on the past as a simpler, less complicated time. When we let our thoughts drift back to our childhoods – no matter how old we are – most of us imagine a more beautiful world, a more peaceful time in our lives. I do not know… Read More »

The Night Train

    The Night Train I can’t sleep on this quiet starry night. I toss and turn and get up and walk around the house. It’s too dark and too quiet. I’m too uneasy, but there’s nothing on this night that relaxes me, nothing that will help me sleep. I look in the refrigerator as… Read More »

I’m Waiting

    I’m Waiting I’m quite sure you’ve noticed how slow time passes when you’re waiting for something. I guess it really depends on what you’re waiting for. If you’re waiting for something wonderful to happen, time passes slowly; if you’re waiting for something bad to happen, then time flies. It’s all connected somehow. Maybe… Read More »