roller coaster

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At First But Then   At first sight, I looked at her and I thought to myself was it safe At first glance, even her name, Verbolten, said don't touch
They had haunted me since a child, Their speeds, their heights all very wild. My fear for them always reviled, And once there, excuses compiled.   Roller coasters were kryptonite
When I was young Maybe three years old I had a dream Went on a coaster Went upside-down I fell out Coaster ran over me Determined to face my fear I decide to try
A terrible year That’s the least you could say With every doctors that looked at me with sadness To the words that suddenly came out “You have cancer”
Anyone who's been on a roller coaster can tell you, there are ups and downs and loops and twists. For the thrill-seekers, it's a rush but for the fearful, the worst part is knowing that
There is this deep, evasive emptinessthat never ceases to lack control.That conquers and escapes,that stirs quiet chaos in my soul.
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