The name Cleon is described in the Greek literature as "glory," and if you look at the landscape around Memphis, Tennessee, you can see the glory of God. The ice on the trees, power lines and roadways from the first winter storm of late fall 2013 season is treacherous, but one cannot deny its beauty.
As with most things that capture our hearts and minds, Cleon is no different than the beauty of a lightening bolt in the sky during a thunderstorm, or the blue waters of the Earth's oceans, that can engulf one and send him to his peril. Most things that we call beautiful on this planet, have severe consequences if we don't take precautions when they are predicted.
In this pictorial article, this writer gives you the beauty that is associated with Cleon, as the area prepares for a second ice storm within 24 hours.
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Until next time, we will let the "world turn onto our next destination."