Take a chance

You say you don't want to.

That you are to scared to try

But what is life without those little scares.

What is it without a mistake now and again


You say you don't want to

You are just to afraid to fly

Too scared of your nightares

 To afraid it might be a sin,


To live life to the fullest, and try anything new.

Or is it that you fear you might realize,

that you might end up liking these daring dares.

That you wouldn't have just given in,


 Because you know that this is what you'd choose.

But I guess your ways are to important to compromise,

And that the chance of seeing people's stares

is too risky for you to try it to the end.






This poem is about: 
Our world


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