William F Glennon
Caught In My Own Fears - Poem by William F Glennon
You have no one else to impress.
The life you thought was yours is a mess.
Are you still the same soul as before?
Are you the same old tired bore?
When will the dark side show its ugly head?
Bringing the darkness and past shadows I dread.
Take me out of the darkness and doubt.
The weight I carry, I can really do without.
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