Lynzi Berner


Fears


I have many fears

Some dark and scary
others
childish but real

Fears that I have
conquered
Fears that linger in
the edge of my vision

I bite my lip
and turn the other way
yet the feeling of that fear, lurking
is burning a hole through me

My greatest fear?

I would think that
was obvious

It has completely
taken me
turning my world into
a breathing nightmare

Living without you

Submitted: Saturday, April 08, 2006
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