“Fear Of The Dark”

Night Sky- Nubra Valley, India.

I am a man who walks alone
And when I’m walking a dark road
At night or strolling through the park

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En-route Notre Dame, Paris.

When the light begins to change
I sometimes feel a little strange
A little anxious when it’s dark.

Living Root Bridge – Mehgalaya, India.

Fear of the dark, fear of the dark
I have constant fear that something’s always near
Fear of the dark, fear of the dark
I have a phobia that someone’s always there.

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Mountain water- Nubra Valley, India.

Have you ever been alone at night
Thought you heard footsteps behind
And turned around and no one’s there?
And as you quicken up your pace
You find it hard to look again
Because you’re sure there’s
Someone there.

Steve Harris

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Posted by:twobrownfeet

Walkers. Wanderers. Travellers. Now in Seoul.

17 replies on “WPC: Creepy

      1. Yes! Winter is perfect and the time during Feb-March (a one week window period) is perfect to see blossoms. We didn’t realise that one can see fruit blossoms in India. In Japan, China and Korea it’s a big thing. You can read a rather longish post of ours here:- https://twobrownfeet.com/2014/05/15/part-1-meghalaya-the-enchanting-scottish-hills-of-the-east/
        Would be happy to offer any other trip related advice that you may need. Have a great week!

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