Tag Archives: Cloudeight Essays

With a Single Flake Of Snow, Winter Begins

With a Single Flake Of Snow, Winter Begins With a single flake of snow, winter begins. Like that first faint shadow of twilight, we hardly take notice of it. It’s just another season in a lifetime of seasons; it’s just another snowflake in a long cycle of winters. The autumn leaves, glorious and resplendent, catch… Read More »

The October Rain

The October Rain It’s not supposed to be this way. The rain I mean. The sullen, gray skies belong in November, not now, not here, not in October. The October rain is cold and steady. The day is morose and dark. Not a sad day but a melancholy mood could set in if I were… Read More »

Leave Something Of Yourself Behind

Leave Something Of Yourself Behind This may seem morose to you, but I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how the world will be when I’m not here anymore. The world will go on and take no notice of my demise. So, that got me thinking: What will I leave behind when I leave this… Read More »

Spam is Fun!

Spam is Fun! Note:  Please don’t try this at home. This is only for goofy people like me to try. If you read this and follow my example, you’ll probably only end up wasting time and getting more spam. Therefore this warning: If you follow my example you do so at your own peril.  (Was… Read More »