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Why Be Afraid Of The Dark
Author: Airtime 13

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Dark fingers of the night
reaching out to touch.
Formless shade, yet forms
it forms. Misty figures that
most often are only in the
mind.
Most prefer the light to
dark.
Visions easily seen, more than
the shadows.
My fears run in currents
much deeper, than any light
could dispel.
Night holds no fears for me.

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Pamela (199.216.176.5) -- Tuesday, July 9 2002, 05:02 pm

Awesome

I loved your use of imagery in this poem, dark vs. light etc... and I think the line "dark fingers...reaching out to touch" really captures the sneaky nature of night, and the threatening sense of danger when something unfamiliar comes too near us. Awesome, just awesome.
luc (68.74.155.25) -- Friday, April 4 2003, 02:23 am

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same here.. the way you described things in there.. good image i got from it.. keep up the good work..
Ashley (67.30.178.42) -- Tuesday, April 8 2003, 08:33 pm

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I have to agree with them it was a really interesting poem.I wish I could write more but nothing else to say.
Airtime13 (68.104.90.234) -- Saturday, May 8 2010, 12:35 pm

Author's (late) thoughts

I have spent decades in the dark, but there may finally be some light ahead.
Cameron (98.157.177.58) -- Thursday, August 22 2013, 12:09 pm

I see..

I understand the power of fears so deep that darkest cant scare you...
 
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