A collaboration of forty-six on dreams both dreary and delightful! Enjoy! don't ever give me flowers, please. No one was ready for this intensity... but here it is.
I'm not freaking out. YOU'RE FREAKING OUT.
My part on collaboration created by @alanad and participated by 13 more writers. [ for the topic : pyrophobia ] my part of the collaboration created by @alanad and 13 more writers, for the topic hemophobia : fear of blood Do you also have this extreme fear of trusting others? 🤎 A part of Phobic Collab (Poetry Form: Trijan Refrain) http://www.shadowpoetry.com/resources/wip/trijanrefrain.html somethings are unavoidable the fear of losing someone you love (short poem)(new series?) For the collaboration created by @alanad
Cacophobia- Fear of ugliness This is on autophobia; the fear of being alone A poem on Sedatephobia for @scarletdream's Contest #3: Round 3 || Versus: @crazicrazicandy #4 in my Phobia Series, (I have no idea how long this will go on for. :P) A veryyy short piece on 'pistanthrophobia' and love. (No, not the fear of pistachios, I assure you.) Written whilst listening ... Me being the astrophile i am, struggled....a lot. but i hope you enjoy anyways :) for @scarletdreams contest A poem on Anthophobia for @scarletdream's Contest #3: Round 2 || Versus: @brilindcommaacc Are you ready to get scared? Welcome to Phobia Factor, created by @elleseng, AKA Elliott. If you like Weird Questions or horror stories, then this new show is for you!
#5 in my Phobia Series. I haven't written many stories, so apologies, but this is a short story about 'coulrophobia'. (Also, the British English version of sidewalk being pavement.) Thank you. :) <3 #3 in my Phobia Series.
A very short piece on 'chronophobia', inspired by recent events such as the Sudanese massacre with a message at the end. (#BlueForSudan.) Thank you for reading. <3 #6 in my Phobia Series. A poem about 'dementophobia' and how you can choose to embrace it, (in a weird and twisted sense.) Thank you for reading. <3 #10 in my Phobia Series, *containing darker themes*. A poem about 'thanatophobia'. Thank you for reading. <3