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A Fear of Fears

The thought of seeing your name become a hashtag kept me awake most nights.

My best never being good enough almost had me ready to completely give up.

Feeling unable to talk about my feelings in a safe place left me helpless almost everyday.

The thought of never getting the chance to see the stars in my loves eyes again had would leave me breathless.

For every new storm of drama that crashed into me managed to leave me so battered and bruised.

The memories of all the hurtful things that were said felt like rocks, and the malicious tides of things that were done, caused my heart to be torn into pieces – floating aimlessly about in my sea of tears.

After some time, my mind would finally become clearer and allow my body to heal.

I know now what folks mean when they say that the sun will soon shine after each storm ends.

There is no need to be held captive by fear. It won’t stop the currents from rising again.

So instead of letting the waves of fear drown me, I now swim confidently until I reach the shore.

Where nothing but wonderful and breathtaking possibilities wait for me.

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Author:

K. McCoy wants to live in a world where indie vinyl record shops can be found in every city and sweets don’t come with so many calories. As an Independent Writer, she has just finished her first NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) Novel, which is now being edited for its 2018 release. When she is not baking or playing Cards against Humanity with her friends, you can find her writing down new ideas and concepts somewhere sunny or discovering new music on online. You can find out how to connect and create with her by visiting her on Facebook and Instagram under K. McCoy. And if you are intrigued by the musings of a music major dropout, be sure to stop by K. McCoy's alter ego page, Soprano Musings!

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