'failure'

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I thought I was a successful person... Got first place! He called me a failure. Received all A's! He called me a failure. Right on! 5 thousand dollar scholarship! He called me a failure.
We were different; We were different before paying bills We were different before heartbreak We were different before going out into the world. The world; A matrix of experiences,
Tears couldn't stop the fireExplainations couldn't win the caseThe wise intution warned me about this...I was sent away  
When I was a freshman, everybody told me "four years would go by quick" And there I was three years later as a senior deciding on which college to pick
Before my very eyes I was driving, On my own path, in my own car, On the road away from home. No destination in mind, Only the street lamps casting shadows
The Sun and Moon glow their tune, far after we are done, 
Fear. Embarrassment for most, failure for me. Insecurity I’ve been diagnosed; never felt like I’d make it... success I’m an absentee.   No matter how hard I work. I just smile and smirk,
From the last years,                                                                                                                                                                                                                I suffer from fear
Fear Conquerer of all,   Fear Sweaty palms, Choking on words,   Fear Failure to speak, Failure to reach out,   Fear No one will see, No one listens,
the fear of failing is stronger than the  fear of the world outside my comfort zone. the expectations:  seem to keep growing:  my own insurmountable mountain.  How will you do this?
the fear of failing is stronger than the  fear of the world outside my comfort zone. the expectations:  seem to keep growing:  my own insurmountable mountain.  How will you do this?
See. Cracking, crying. Reeking of  many failures Tasting the bitterness of shame and fear
Remember that monster under my bed, Claws like a lion and six eyes on its head. That old monster creeping beneath me Always making me shout for my dad to go see. That monster who never did one bad thing to me,
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