L. E. Evans
Inner Fears - Poem by L. E. Evans
Why do all have the inner fears?
They are always there through the years.
Did I do right or was it all wrong?
There should be a way to conquer and be strong.
Others seem always to control their thoughts.
Yet life itself claims all and then there is nought.
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