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Tissa Calvert

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fear me


Fear Me

fear me not for who I am
I just wished someone could understand
What I love and why I stand
Holding sorrow and fear hand in hand

I just need a helping hand
to help me to understand
just who I am

Sometimes I feel I have done wrong
because it hits me very strong
I just can't hold on.

Fear me not just help me now
Then foreever take that vow.
Sometimes I don't know how,
Soemone ever gets out.

Fear me when I'm angry and when the sun goes down,
Because who know what I'll have stored for this town.
Fear me when I am tired,
Especially when I just got fired.

Just fear me! ! !


Date written: 5-5-08
By: Tissa Calvert
Age: 18 years old

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2008
Edited: Monday, May 05, 2008

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