The darkness

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I never thought such words would inhabit my mind, my thoughts. I never thought I would see such times. Always reading about such past events in the history books never for a second thinking I would live them my self.

anónimo © Solkes

But, the dreaded day has come. It has knocked on our door and although it hasn’t come into my house it surrounds me, you, all of us.

This is why the darkness awakens near all of us.

The darkness creeps at all time, its doesn’t really care about our stations in life, our education, friendships, or lack thereof. It doesn’t seem to care about the love we have for ourselves or those around us. When the darkness decides to come in, it doesn’t care or ask for permission, it simply does and settles comfortably.

After it has arrived…. all alone in the dark with no one to talk to and no one listens except darkness. The darkness who I fear and who loves me.

Ever so slowly, I am consumed by the dark.

Dark empty, feeding a dark soul, no one feeds me joy except darkness. The darkness who I fear and who loves me.

One of the many things they neglected to tell me is that the darkness is my old friend, no one wants me except darkness.

I was scared of the dark, of the light, of the noise, and scared of the silence. I didn’t know then what I know now. I shouldn’t have been scared.

I was afraid of feeling too much or not feeling enough. I was afraid of making friends and then of being alone.

I have been scared of nothing and everything.

Fear fills the air and I wonder if this is the best we can do? Is there no solution?
It seems to me that there is more and more trouble every day. Hundreds if not thousands of alarms spreading across the lands.

I feel as if the whole world was at a standstill. Like a pause button was pressed somehow, somewhere.

This virus, this fear, the uncertainty is testing us all. The world has a panicked reaction as we see the dead rollover.

This is the time of a plague, so we keep indoors.
These are the times of a plague, so we distance ourselves from everyone we know.

anónimo © Solkes

I have been scared so many times. I have been scared of nothing and everything. I see that when we venture out we are cautious to a fault. Our neighbors smile and wave from a distance, but in their eyes, there is a suspicion.

I have been scared of nothing and everything.
I feel as if the whole world was at a standstill. Like a pause button was pressed somehow, somewhere. Our fear is unspoken.

The darkness awakens near all of us.
The darkness creeps at all times, when the darkness decides to come in, it doesn’t care or ask for permission, it simply does and settles comfortably.

I thought I was scared before… I did not know what was coming my way. It is now that I fear and the darkness pops up from time to time, casting a shadow all too near.

We live in a scary world today and it’s so different than before.

It seems to me that the virus has taken our loved ones away. The fear of the unknown has arrived.

I have learned about pain and anguish. I have seen the suffering in someone’s eyes. The helplessness. The fear of losing not something but someone. We are losing places, names, and moments.

Sadly we see it everywhere. Even when closing our eyes, there is no way of escaping it. A final illness that appears is death and there seems to be no medicine to heal it.

Now, death must be meat. So the body will die, will rest, will forget the pain, the suffering, the torment and maybe just maybe the soul will fly.

Many are clawing at the guts of life. But something seems to be breaking, entering; raping our cells.
We are surrounded by fear, darkness, and the melting body.

I have been scared of nothing and everything.
I feel as if the whole world was at a standstill. Like a pause button was pressed somehow, somewhere. Our fear is unspoken.

The darkness awakens near all of us.
The darkness creeps at all times, when the darkness decides to come in, it doesn’t care or ask for permission, it simply does and settles comfortably.

The days are haunted, or so they feel. And as a cold dark night stepped in I believe demons might have eaten the light. 

anónimo © Solkes

It happened slowly, never with a rush. Bit by bit it sunk its teeth and left no mark. 

So, the shadows stayed hanging over the moon, and light or life could not escape it. 

It seems that the days are haunted. And as a cold, dark night comes in I think the demons have eaten the light.

It happened slowly, never in a hurry. Slowly he sank his teeth and left no mark.

So the shadows hung over the moon, and light or life could not escape it.

That is why darkness awakens near us all.

Now I know that evil has many forms but terror is its embodiment and it is held together by our fears.

Darkness awakens near us all. 
Darkness creeps in at all times, when darkness decides to enter, it doesn’t care or ask permission, it just does and settles in comfortably. It seems that the days are haunted. And as we enter a cold, dark night I think the demons have eaten the light.

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