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Last Updated 28 July 2018

Life Ain't Fear

some things ain’t meant to be
happiness, peace, and serenity
can’t believe everything
that’s been done
tired of struggling
this is no fun
just want to sit back and cry
I’d fall to pieces
so i just sigh

can’t cry… can’t lie
simple solution… just die
it is true life ain’t fair
walking blindly…
a blank stare
feel punished for a wild past
got to wonder…
how long it will last

things that were done and said
life of regrets…
the walking dead
if this is the way
life was meant to be
GOD
please set me free

how much more pain
can we endure
thought life would be better
after the cure
what else can I say
I’ll keep dreaming…
day after day
I refuse to accept it
I’ll keep trying…
just won’t quit
14 Years
Life Ain't Fear
This is what I wrote in 2011 when I created this poem...

Someone near and dear to me has been battling their own demons through alcoholism. This person lives in fear of sobriety, using
my old statements, "it's my life and I'm not hurting anyone!" Sobriety has shown me how much I had hurt others and someday, God
Willing, this person will see how much damage they have created. But through their own insanity, my own sobriety has become
stronger. I never want to relive that pain again...