Matthew Densley

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Fear


I fear the struggle
I fear the strife
A fear of death
A fear of life

I fear for you
I fear for me
I fear of what
Will come to be

There's plenty to fear
Than fear itself
I fear the pain
and fear poor health

I fear my well
Is running dry
I fear so much
I'm forced to cry

I fear disaster
I fear the knife
I fear the blade
That is my life

I fear the man
I came to be
I fear the dark
And fail to see

I fear life's left me
On the shelf
I fear so much
It harms my health

I fear the help
For which I cry
I fear success
I'm scared to try






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Submitted: Friday, March 12, 2010
Edited: Saturday, October 15, 2011

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