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There is trouble in darkness. But, then, is there not trouble in lightness as well? Do not we lose ourselves more completely in the sun?
No, darkness is not to be feared. It is the safety net that hides us From the ones who could break us. Because I was there when the light reared its ugly head and left you exposed, Begging for the shadows to return.
No, it is not the darkness that knows, It is the light through the window
That poses the threat. And it is shallow to assume That you think least of me when I am at my worst, But to be at my best in the sun Would assure your attention And my demise Because to be immersed in your eyes for too long would turn the world grey.
No, it is not the darkness which we fear And no, it is not the unknown. It is the worry of the day That will force us away From the comfort of pretending that we are alone.