Fear The Night As Would A Child


Fear the night as would a child.
For a child fears darkness itself, a grown man his reaction to it.
While youthful imagination can be comforted by even the harshest reality, the ancient one too often finds itself plagued by insatiable memories and unnecessary battles.
Soon enough insanity’s lure – never distant – feels all the more reasonable, all the more inevitable. But this need never be


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