What are THE TEN MOST NEGATIVE characteristics of the word.....................N

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  1. gmwilliams profile image81
    gmwilliamsposted 3 years ago

    What are THE TEN MOST NEGATIVE characteristics of the word.....................NIGHT?


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    Janice Hornerposted 3 years ago

    I cannot answer all, but for me personally, night is darkness, nightmares, walking alone in darkness.  Being alone in the dark.  I hate stormy weather at night. 

    Love this question, will be interesting to see other replies.

  3. moonfairy profile image78
    moonfairyposted 3 years ago

    Night....when things go bump in the dark.
    When creatures hide in shadows and monsters hide under beds and in closets.
    When glowing eyes stare, unblinking into your soul.
    When whispers raise the short hairs on your neck.
    When the sudden swirling of dry,wind blown leaves makes you jump out of your skin.
    When cemeteries and all their secrets come to life.
    When you walk down a dark, lonely road and just KNOW that you're not alone.
    When bats fly overhead looking for victims......
    When trees in the forest sway....their branches like bony fingers reaching out into the darkness.
    When the sound of a baying wolf sends shivers down your spine..
    I love the night....and all it's spookiness!!

    1. gmwilliams profile image81
      gmwilliamsposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      My sister in arms, simply love YOUR answer.

  4. gmwilliams profile image81
    gmwilliamsposted 3 years ago


    The night has so many negative connotations in the human mind.  It is thought to be the time where so-called evil spirits are at the height of their powers. It is the most feared time of day.  It is an extremely dangerous time as more nefarious activities occur during this time than during daytime. Studies have shown that more murders occur at night than during the day.  It is also very suspect.   

    It is hidden, even associated with the occult.  Many view night as quite demonic. It is thought to be the witching hour, a time when it is thought that witches practice their rites.  It is a time when most people are inside because it is thought to be quite unsafe to be out & about, particularly .......A-L-O-N-E.   

    In some circles, the darkest time of night, particularly-3 a.m, is thought to be the time when the veil between this world & spiritual worlds is lifted.  At this time, it is thought that evil is at its most potent.  Night because of its inherent darkness has always been associated with evil.  It is no accident that vampires, demons,  & other negative disincarnates are associated with the night.


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