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Fear Has Limits
The fear of a world ending
Comes with the thoughts of new beginnings,
For a friendship to begin,
One must be put to an end,
Trust wavers in those who can’t be trusted,
Fear is depicted by one who is scared,
Are the brave to be scared of the same thoughts?
Is happiness meant for only those who are unhappy?
Where then can one rely on faith?
The blind may be faithful of honesty,
A judge wishes respect, but once these are given
What else is there to be found?
Man wishes for thing he can not have,
If they are received they are no longer wanted.
Without the wants and needs we are unhappy.
Without happiness there can be no reason to go on.
Why fear the end?