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FEAR


the feeling ruling and runing this world

the oldest sensation known to world

the emotion hard to bear

did you say, fear?

' no fear' is what i hear everyday

yet fear prevails in our hearts and stay

pain death war are usual fears

for which you say i dont care

well what about losing someone dear

now do you dare?

fear you see is every where

fear of not living upto your expectation

fear of not reaching your destination

fear of appearing mediocre

fear of unseen future

next time you say, i dont fear nothing

remember these lines; its not at all convincing

Submitted: Tuesday, June 03, 2008

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  • Rookie Tai Chi Italy (6/3/2008 8:34:00 AM)

    You are right! life is full of fears of all sorts that grow out of proportion if we let them, fear is just an emotion after all, we can learn to balance these negative emotions, but it's a life time course. Thanks for reminding me...Tai (Report) Reply

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