Who’s Afraid of a Lovely Fern? by Mary K. Bittner We’ve all heard it said about a lady in a red dress who goes out at night to meet with the demon, for it is said that she will bring forth a beautiful baby and be its mother. Well, that is good sense on the part of the lady, but the demon is not the only one that is afraid of a pretty flower. That flower may be the flower of love, but it also may be the flower of the fear of love. The fear of love is very natural and very understandable. Many people fear love and many people get hurt because of it. Many people have fears about the unknown and many people are afraid of the unknown. Many people have fears about something that may never happen, and many people fear what they may discover. The main reason why people have fears about the unknown is that they do not want to know. People who do not want to know are afraid of the unknown. Most people do not know that the fear of love is only part of the fear of the unknown.
There was a man who went out at night to meet with the demon. As he walked down the street, he saw a very pretty lady in a red dress as she picked daffodils from her garden, but he was not so happy to see her. He was afraid of her. For he knew that if he could love her as she was, he would not get hurt. But he did not love her, and she did not love him. It was not love that attracted him to her. It was her beauty. As he started down the street, he saw more and more flowers in her garden. It was almost daybreak when he met with the demon. As he looked to the left and right, he did see a lovely woman in a red dress, but he was not so happy to see her. As he walked, he could see more and more of her flowers. It was almost night when he met with the demon. He looked to the left and right,