I find it calming to walk at night, away from the jangle and bustle of daytime activities. I find the darkness comforting, as it wraps around me... I don't feel judged or fussed over, just free to be myself.
I often find myself walking the streets of my city at night. While objectively a pretty creepy thing to do, I find it very calming. Most of my fun times are usually at night, and even when I'm alone I can get some thinking done. During the daytime I pace around...
My favorite time of day is when night falls
When moonlight beckons and holds me in thrall
My favorite animal namely the feline
Towards nocturnal habits is inclined
Night holds me in its intimate embrace
As its satellite bathes my upturned face
In tune with nature and its energies...
i love to walk, sit, run, at night i feel so revitalized.... it's crazy... i could be having the worst day and all i have to do is look up at the moon feel it's light on me and i feel much better...it's so peaceful....i love it... i would sneek out of my room/house when i...
I dunno, walking at night is so much different then walking during the day.
It's quieter for one, so if I just wanna take a stroll and think about what's going on in my life, or solve a problem, I can actually focus on that AND get some exercise in.
And because I tend to...
walkng at nt is indeed special 4 me..as it allows all srtange stufs to go thrugh.i thnk a lot den..and fell much better..coz at nt no ones c's u much either....specially..a walk in t he beech is just awsum.>>?>?">">".
call night! To hell with it all! I'll let my mind erode! I have concluded that life was pointless anyway so I'll die as a drunk and write a suicide note with utter gibberish in it! I never liked the light anyway, so let after death be abysmal oblivion!
'The title has got nothing to do with the romantic flick. Of course, this article has its own romance.'
We had been in Darjeeling for the past 2 days and we were yet to see a proper sunshine. A typical monsoon. We had drenched ourselves and managed to visit most of the spots...