In the dark, my creativity thrives
The opposite of photosynthesis
Filled with pollution of bright
I grow in the absence of light
Mystery of the obscure
No more overexposure
and its ugly detail
Embracing the comfort of privacy
and its concealed beauty
Step into the dark with me
late Middle English: via Old French from Latin tenebrosus, from tenebrae ‘darkness’
dark; gloomy; obscure.
First recorded in 1375–1425; late Middle English word from Latin word tenebrōsus.
Enter a realm of darkness and obscurity
I wanted to avoid modest subtlety. This collection of edits achieves this goal
A dark gloom reflecting my tenebrous mood