Darkest Fear - Poem by Kev Elmer
We all have a darkest fear,
that makes us all shed a tear.
It will linger deep inside,
and find a place for it to hide.
Yet life goes on back and forth,
until a weakness is sprung toward.
The darkest fear comes alive,
and fight our body so we strive.
If you let it you'll get ill,
so fight on, become unstill.
If you have to confront a friend,
it may help you start to mend.
But you can make it own your own?
It's a struggle all alone!
So be strong against your darkest fear,
and no longer will you shed a tear.
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