"A Sleepwalker's Nightmare" by Nicole Gantz (1)
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Darkness is inherently alarming. Unable to see what lies ahead, what lurks in the shadows, it is always unnerving. It surrounds and oppresses your senses. It chokes and freezes. The dark is famously haunting and unapologetically dangerous.
But darkness isn’t always the most terrifying of places to be.
An empty meadow on a crisp spring morning can be more frightening than the narrowest alley in the blackest of nights. The sun can shine down and warm dew-soaked blades of grass, but still, the bright and beautiful meadow can terrify.
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