My Greatest Fear

My Greatest Fear

I do not fear Destruction’s banal game, Though battles steal my every wisdom tooth; The people’s hearts, they scream I am uncouth, Yet my chagrin lies not in taking blame. I do not fear the wild lusts of youth, Which seek to bring my sturdy heart to shame, Nor shouts of hate which bring me backwards fame, So look me in the eye and see my weary truth. Demons come and torment in the night, But darkness casts no shadow over light; Purity dissolves in empty fright, But Death is suicidal in his plight. No, greatest fears should lie in Love itself, Which fiercely finds its way off lonely shelf.
My Poems
Although some friends abandon lonely way, A Poem About Me Black -> Blue Black Sunlight, Shine! Callings Colorado Love Conjunctivitis Daydreams Deep, Deep, Deep i met a girl I Know the Taste of Death I stood alone on morning clear I will not worship the mountains, In your eyes resides a home Greatness The Ghost in Me My Greatest Fear heaven isn't celibate No Matter What Slack Line Love There was a man who loved the Lord There's nothing I can say, Journeys Nature's Hue Watchman, O Watchman What Can Right Ten Thousand Wrongs? When all the world felt dark as night, When violence refuses to be named, Why I Stray Your hair is redder than the sun, The Lord Is The Lord's Will The Quiet Truth

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