nicola burkett

Rookie (30.04.1984 / South East, London)

We Are Scared of Nothing


We Are Scared of Nothing,
Yet we fear everything.
We open our mouths and scream
closing our eyes, hoping its a dream
Then all of a sudden we hear the sounds of raindrops falling,
then we hear the wind wisper, the voices, which are calling
The pictures of wisdom my eyes can see,
as i listen to the beautiful story he reads to me.
We stop being afraid of what we fear,
as the source of our nightmares start to become clear.

Submitted: Sunday, March 19, 2006
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