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What is Fear 2 - Ferard
What is Fear?
Now that I think about it a little more, I see no reason as to why I ran the full way to the clock tower. Rationally, I should have just run as far as to get out of eyesight of that boy named Gerard. But in this situation of fear and complete unwillingness to think at all, rationality goes right out the window.
I reached my hands out and touched the cool metal of the clock, as if playing hide and seek and reaching home base. Falling slightly, I tried to catch my breath, but there just didnt seem to be enough oxygen around me at the time. Wiping my eyes, I try to understand what it was he said to me. Someone whos been hurt I mutter to myself. How would he know that? What makes him think Im just another victim of abuse? I shake my head and dry my eyes.
Instantly I looked back. You see there is one logical thing Ive done. I ran from the school to the park, whereas running from the school directly to my hous
What is Fear 0 - Ferard
What is Fear? - Ferard
What is it you are afraid of?
A simple question, which would normally have a simple answer. A child might answer with bugs, or the dark, even an animal of some sorts. These answers come from the fact that at some point in their life, they must have harmed them in some way and that became the real object of their fears. Even just thinking about a lion tearing out your throat is enough for someone to fear the creature.
Yes, very simple, yet complex answers. But sometimes its harder to be simple.
In our situation, we have two boys. The first of the two is one Gerard Way, a high school senior, and a very talented sketch artist as well. Often seen in tight black clothes, he sometimes seems smaller or weaker than he truly is. On the other hand, Gerard will often refuse to fight or use any type of force to stop his constant torturous castigating by other, more brash students. Why, yes, he is quite often hounded by others for being di
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