Ameera Aidrus

Rookie (21 march / India)

Fear -A gloom


Fear is not anywhere behind mankind,
For remember it is in our own mind.

It could be removed if we make-up our mind,
Then none can impede us to be shined.

Fear is the lane of dark where nothing seemed apparent,
Except abortive and the breeze errant.

Fear is the blemish that could spoil the long life tribute,
Is it so effortless and painless to recon tribute?

Certainly not fear when you aren’t erroneous,
Just one step forgetting the fear may lead u to be victorious.

Fear is just a gloom that covers your talent
And it is profitless to view yourself a gallant

To confiscate the fear, make-up you mind,
Feel triumphant leaving the weakness behind.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Fear -A gloom by Ameera Aidrus )

  • Rookie Mystic Indian (8/7/2009 6:49:00 AM)

    positive, practical in thought and interesting rhyme 10/10

    (i've decided to follow your works regularly) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Abha Sharma (3/21/2008 4:03:00 AM)

    Subject is didacted. Fearlessness can be commanded reading your piece.... (Report) Reply

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