SWETA LEENA PANDA

Rookie - 114 Points (15th June 1991 / Bhubaneswar)

Fear To Failure


Holding a pen
I gonna to write something
Some questions which come across in my mind

Why I can't built myself further
Why I can't strong myself further
Why I can't dare to fulfill my dream

Is there something which pushes me back?
Is it the fear of my failure?
It is a silent threat, not heard only felt
like the storm you see quietly but forcefully

While everyone has hopes and dreams
And wants everything that is gold.
At the same time I fear to say something about my dream
Is there the fear of my failure?
Which push me back further


While everybody wants to touch the sky
That's why they are jumping, jumping off the ground
At the same time I really all terrified to fly.
Is there the fear of my failure?

Which push me back further

While we all develop an aspiration,
and say we are determined, resilient,
At the same time I fear to determine anything
Is there the fear of my failure?

Which push me back further
Many of us shy away with hesitation
that Fear of failure is a fear malevolent.

Submitted: Monday, January 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, January 07, 2013

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