The night was utterly black, even its shadow seemed darker than usual. A few stars with little points of light circled in a tight orbit through the deep nothingness of empty space, like a moonless night of a lunar eclipse.

I could hear darkness strolling gracefully, but silent towards me with no visibility, how can I compare? I was so afraid but I have dabbled in the blood and guts of the terrible, how could anything frighten me now?

I am with god and fearing was pointless, the voice in my head said, “I believe that,” so remember that even darkness dwells in the light.


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