Conúil Duffy

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Every Little Fear - Poem by Conúil Duffy

Straight down there in front of me;
the last thing I want to see,
the last place I want to be.
My Devil's staring at me.

Here, Every little fear.
I just want to disappear.
As it stares, from ear to ear
smiling at me, it is clear.

I cast it into the sea.
Out of life, away from me.
Eventually, I'm free.
I know; this I will not see.

Somethings never go away.
To face them makes a good day.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 11, 2005

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