by Dr. Rick McGrath, Ph.D.


When fear lays beside me
I fail to exist and cease to be
Fear strikes like a raging beast
To devour life in it’s hungry feast.

Ney, I say now to fear beside me
I refuse to fall victim to thee
As fear looked deep into my eyes
No more did it hear any more sighs.

And with sly skill so cunningly fear
I refused to shed not one more tear
Though life be difficult in case
Fear will not be seen on my face.

I shall tame this thing called fear
With firm resolve I will cheer
Oh fear you may reside beside me
But from now on, I rule over thee.

Written by Dr. Rick McGrath, Ph.D.

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