David Wagner


'True Fear' - Poem by David Wagner

Why do you ask if Im afraid
The fear of death is only an instinct
The instinct of the mere man
But if someone was to over come this fear
They will not be just mere men nomore
They will become something
Something much more greater
They will become fear itself
In the pursuit of eliminating the fear of death
You eliminated every fear withen


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 8, 2006



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