Scarecrow

Have you seen those, scarecrows in the fields? They guard the fields and scare the unwanted guests in the fields like crow, birds, rats etc. I wish I had a scarecrow to ward off my fears.

I don’t know if growing up has helped me improve controlling my fears or deepened those at roots.

As a child, I was always scared to bandage my wounds, so much so that I would act crazy to convince my mother to leave the wound uncovered. I still remember, I had hurt my knee badly while playing football and mother found it difficult to bandage my wound, as I would not let her do that. It turned out that the closer the bandage came the louder was my cry. The entire house was filled with my loud cries. Finally my aunt came; she held my arms as mother with a very gentle touch bandaged my wound. I think, I have overcome that fear now but there are still others to conquer. However, I find it strange that I’m not afraid of injections. I can stare at it while getting those.

candle-in-the-darkness

I always have torchlight or a cell nearby. I think you would have guessed by now why these two things are important to me. Well! Yes I’m very scared of darkness. I just feel like the darkness has eaten me up or I’m melted in it and at that moment my only saviour is any form of light. Even if it means light flickering from my cell I feel comforted.

lizard

You would find beauty in some creatures and in some god knows what. Have you seen a snake? They have beautiful patterns each different from other (of course! I would not pet those or want them in my house). I get goose bumps when I see the lizards in my house or on the walls. I just don’t like them and I’m scared to do anything to those. I can squash a cock roach, but lizards are deadlier to me than snakes. I don’t know what will they do to me if I hit them. Will they bite me or stick out there venomous tongue. I wish I had a scare crow to scare them off. But till then, I would be the one scared of them.

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2 thoughts on “Scarecrow

  1. Hi Norma, I remember, as a child, being terrified of the dark. I thought monsters lived under my bed and that a huge monster lived in our basement. One time, in the middle of the night, with the lights still off, I walked down the basement stairs. I said to the monster, ‘I’m sick and tired of being afraid of you. Either come out, and do what ever it is you’re going to do, or leave me alone.” I was never afraid of the dark after that; in fact I love the dark, because nobody can see me. ~ Dennis

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    • Hey! Dennis thanks for the tip. I think I have a quick second of darkness until I grab my cell. However, will try to chase the darkness away until I become brave.

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