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Accepting Fear

Poetry By: A Stranger
Poetry


Once again I venture back to this venue to express, in my own way, an evolution of character. This piece was written several years ago and I had forgotten about it. I hope you enjoy and comment if you chose.


Submitted:Sep 28, 2011    Reads: 81    Comments: 4    Likes: 2   


Night

Extremes

Blind but alert

Audible overload, flared breathing

The black void, textured

Sensing guidance, reason moot

Cotton mouthed as a precipice races forward

Teetering

Imminent loss of grace

The sheer wanting, counters runaway

An effort defining strain

Emotion staining fabric

Body expressing what mouth can't

Day's sister evokes a maddening response

Knowledge forgotten with the loss of light

Dark imagery given life

Free

Night, but a part

Without

No circle

Hand in hand, Sunset and Sunrise

I have seen both

Teaching

To be

I must accept what I fear





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