early morning rain

Saturday morning raindrops falling out of the sky. The sun hides behind the clouds… and the morning, usually so bright and cheery, is gray and clouded. People hide inside their houses, curled up in their beds, cuddled under blankets, sleeping in. No movement in the streets. Only a single bird chirps here and there…no sun to awaken them.

And so this morning, so unwelcome by many, is a welcome gift to others. The rainy day offers a few more moments, minutes, or hours – whatever the skies decide – to the creatures of the night. The rain hides them. The clouded sky shelters them from the glaring visibility of the sunlight. And so, as the rain comes down, for a few more moments the creatures that love the night will have their freedom away from prying eyes to bask in the glory of the rainy morning. The raindrops glint like beautiful crystals as they come down in the dim morning light…no creature can deny their beauty, but few people will be out to experience them. This particular beauty is a gift for the night creatures.

And as the light eventually starts to peak out through the morning clouds, the creatures of the night know that the rain will be over soon, and they will go back inside, to their day lives… but for a few more moments at least…for these few more moments… they’ll enjoy the raindrops falling out of the sky.

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10 Responses

  1. ILiekPizza says:

    Rain doesn’t hide anyone when they smell like a wet dog. >.<

  2. she wolf says:

    The rain can also hide smells to so that’s why “The creatures of the night” love them.

  3. ILiekPizza says:

    @she wolf: I like rain because it removes pollutants out of the air. Getting wet from it is what makes that bad smell though.

  4. she wolf says:

    @ILiekPizza: If there’s a hunter huntibg you down, and the rain starts pouring down. You can make the rain your advantage. Cause it removes your smell so the hunter can lost track of you.

  5. ILiekPizza says:

    A hunter can follow your tracks through the mud.

  6. ainsumLe says:

    You know? I’ve never herd of werewolf hunters in my area…. Lucky me I guess.

  7. Lycanhope says:

    @Pretty much everyone here: Yet again. No hunters. They’re not a thing. Not since the middle ages anyway.

  8. nightwolf says:

    @lycanhope: my question is if there was hunters ki11ing all the werewolfs how come everyone knows about them…i mean does the hunter suck and doesnt finish his/her job or does he/her go around screaming “im a hunter and i ki11 werewolfs” because most good ki11ers are never heard of untill someone survives,bodies are found, or he/her says what their doing….(stupid moderation)

  9. Tommy says:

    After all, I was on a mission that ran logenr than I expected.Because this wasn’t really true but I still wanted to have an excuse about being late I added that, “the mission helped me prepare for your class, Mrs. Xian.”Considering the fact I had visited my locker for books, this could be half true. Detention! was the fast return remark that sat me down at my desk.Exciting to start a day with a detention, isn’t it?First it was a lunch detention with the odiferous Mrs. Xian, and then my school day just got worse.Gasping for breath after leaving the lunch detention in the smelly classroom, I had barely made it three steps before I tripped.Head over heels I flipped over a chair, to see all my papers fly into the air.Instead of falling in a neat pile, the paper floated slowly down spreading out across the hall.Jumping to my feet, I scrambled around snatching the papers off the ground from under peer’s feet.Knowing full well that, I was running out of time I left the rest of the papers on the floor, and I dashed to my next class as the bell rang.“Late!” shrieked the teacher as a swerved around the corner.Mythology was my least favorite class and one I was now late to.“Now we are past interruption, take out your homework,” the teacher stated.Oh no! I though as I remembered the last few papers being kicked around in the hallway.Perhaps, she will let me get them, I pondered hopefully.Quickly, I muttered something about having to use the restroom before attempting to slip from the room.“Richard, where do you thing you are going?”“Show me your homework before you take another step.”Testing my luck, I said, “I think it was consumed by an arachnid.”“Unlikely,” she replied (not that I knew what an arachnid was but I wasn’t going to say dog)“Very unlikely,” she continued dryly, and this seems to be lying on top of missing homework for the 14th time.“Well, you are in trouble now, aren’t you.”Xian told me you have been late to all of your classes today.“You know,” I said as I reflected back on the day after a succession of five after school detentions.“Zeus’s Lightning Bolt’s” (in the words of my mythology teacher) “I think I just beat Max’s record on the most detentions in a day!”When I consider the “war” of werewolves and vampires, the truth of the matter is I wouldn’t mind a bit if they wiped each other out. (Not that I believe in werewolves or vampires as actual species.) If I had to be a vampire or werewolf, I would be a vampire. This is simply because I would like to fly around as a bat during the day, and If I bit someone, some legends say, they would be under my control unlike a werewolf, whose bite would only cause another raging hairy beast.Consider the following: You could enjoy the real rich flavor of whipped cream or chose to taste a combination of water, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated coconut, palm kernel oil, sodium caseinate, natural and artificial flavor, xanthan and guar gums, polysorbate 60, and beta carotene. When I observe the previous statement, I quickly know I am for whipped cream, especially considering that the only relation to milk is a lactose free milk derivative, sodium caseinate. (This is sixth in the ingredients, all of which are listed by amounts.)

  10. Thanks for taking the time to post. It’s lifted the level of debate

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