I Desire What Most Fear

I am a weight upon your shoulders,
A raindropp in your storm.
I am a set of rolling boulders,
A wasp amongst a swarm.

I am an anchor on your ship,
A stone in your shoe.
I am the tear when you lose grip,
A bubble you just blew.

I am the fear in your eyes,
A scream in the night.
I am the pain in their lies,
A sting in the bite.

I am the anger in your soul,
A cry in your dreams.
I am the darkness in the coal,
A burn behind the beams.

What I desire is what most fear,
When it comes I will not shed no tear.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
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COMMENTS
Liz Amos 13 June 2012
I like this poem a lot; I could feel your emotion
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