Top 100 Poems About: FEAR

In this page, poems on / about “fear” are listed.
  • 1.
    To His Heart, Bidding It Have No Fear

    BE you still, be you still, trembling heart;
    Remember the wisdom out of the old days:
    Him who trembles before the flame and the flood,
    And the winds that blow through the starry ways, read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 2.
    Fear Not, Dear Friend, But Freely Live Your Days

    FEAR not, dear friend, but freely live your days
    Though lesser lives should suffer. Such am I,
    A lesser life, that what is his of sky
    Gladly would give for you, and what of praise. read more »

    Robert Louis Stevenson
  • 3.
    I Do Not Fear To Own Me Kin

    I DO not fear to own me kin
    To the glad clods in which spring flowers begin;
    Or to my brothers, the great trees,
    That speak with pleasant voices in the breeze, read more »

    Robert Louis Stevenson
  • 4.
    Fear Not

    Forever I am with you,
    Every hour, evey second,
    Always ever near.
    Realize that you are not forsaken, read more »

    Bonnie D. Barile
  • 5.
    Fear My Friend

    I fear I have lost everything.
    Can It be?
    I have never felt this way before
    it's overwhelming, read more »

    Ida Margarita Nieves
  • 6.

    Fear is an agonizing thing
    It cripples deep inside
    It freezes the thinking part of you
    So you want to run and hide read more »

    Marian Wheaton
  • 7.
    I No Longer Fear

    I shall walk
    and no longer fear;
    knowing that you are here
    to walk with me read more »

    Mercedes Hulburt
  • 8.

    A shy man
    A quiet woman
    A meeting of chance
    He rambles nervously on read more »

    Michael T. Crandall
  • 9.

    I'm afraid.
    Afraid, I fear
    What do I fear?
    There's no one here. read more »

  • 10.
    Fear Of The Inexplicable

    But fear of the inexplicable has not alone impoverished
    the existence of the individual; the relationship between
    one human being and another has also been cramped by it,
    as though it had been lifted out of the riverbed of read more »

    Rainer Maria Rilke
  • 11.
    How Fear Came

    The stream is shrunk--the pool is dry,
    And we be comrades, thou and I;
    With fevered jowl and dusty flank
    Each jostling each along the bank; read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 12.
    We Meet At The Judgment And I Fear It Not

    Though better men may fear that trumpet's warning,
    I meet you, lady, on the Judgment morning,
    With golden hope my spirit still adorning. read more »

    Vachel Lindsay
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