Tuesday, 10 May 2011
11:51:24 PM (GMT)
When I was riding home from my grandma's house, I couldn't help, but feel a bit
nervous because it was at night. It seemed like all of the horror movies I've seen
and stories I read had just gone through my head. The scary things that I didn't
usually think of were being thought of. I started to think why and here is pretty
much the things that I was thinking.
The darkness can be a scary place.
Havent' you wondered why you can't stand in pitch black darkness without your
heartbeats picking up its speed just a slightest bit. Or maybe why when you walk or
drive home at night after seeing a horror movie, your hands feel a bit sweaty. Why
are people afraid of the dark and not the light? Why isn't it the other way around?
It seems quite strange, how nervous you can become because of just one sound that you
might hear...when you're in the dark. When you recieve a forwarding picture message
on your phone that says you'll be killed by the one who was killed if you don't
forward it to that certain number of people, and you don't forward it to the required
number of people, don't you feel a bit nervous before you go to sleep at night? Do
you stay up late after watching a horror movie? Afraid that the killer will haunt
Why, indeed, do we feel this way towards those things? Why in the dark? It is an
interesting subject to think about. Perhaps, it's because the evilest things lurk in
the dark. Maybe beacuse those evil things can't stand the light, so they wait until
you're fast asleep to enter your dreams, turning them into nightmares. Maybe, maybe
not. I dunno. What is your greatest fear? Do you have nightmares about it? Have
you ever felt that it was gonna happen at that moment?
Last edited: 11 May 2011