Overcoming Fear - Poem by Howard Kern
A heart pounding exaltation into realms of the unknown,
Paralyzing dilemmas of insufferable images claimed as our own.
Things that should not be; yet still,
they are so.
In youth we are bold as our wisdom begins to grow.
At middle age our wisdom lets us know
Fear is something that will keep you alive
Fear has the power to kill, body and soul.
With wisdom and knowledge, we must remain in control
Praying to the creator thereby removing fears and woe.
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