Dear Fear

May 17, 2010
By Howdy387 BRONZE, Temperance, Michigan
Howdy387 BRONZE, Temperance, Michigan
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Favorite Quote:
"The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all."

Dear Fear,
I know when you are here.
I shake. I doubt, when you are near.

I’m second-guessing, my mind is numb.
But you, I know, I’ll overcome.

I ‘ll creep and crawl, slowly at first
But far away the sun will burst.

A light that shines from “I can’t,” those jeers
Will signify overcoming fears.

Dear fear your grasp is now so light
I’ll triumph, yes, I’ll win this fight.

So now you know gone is this night
For gone is fear, the day is bright.

The author's comments:
Hopefully this is an inspirational poem. Readers will be able to connect with fear, then finally realize that there's a way to overcome it.

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