Look Fear In the Face
by Alexis Enacopol

They watch me as I walk upon the stage,
Thinking Iím going to fail,
To fall,
To regret,
As I go on, I show them, I can take what they throw at me,
I am much stronger than they thought I was,
I will not fall under the weight, the pain,
And as I step down, they slowly applaud,
They were not expecting me to achieve what my heart desired,
I looked fear in the face, and won.

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Poem Copyright © 2011 by Alexis Enacopol


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