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  KATHRYN MILLER (Oct.1,1986)
 
 
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  33.     

Don'T Take The Fast/Easy Road

Some things are meant to be challenging,
To give our faith and will a chance,
But we always have a choice,
And the other is,
Take the fast road,
But when you do you skip that chance to prove your hope,
You show a coward who runs,
And most of the time the road comes to a dead end,
REALLY soon,
So whats the point?
 
Kathryn Miller
   
 

   
   
 

  34.     

Fear

Fear is something we all have,
It's something we don't prefer people to know,
But sooner or later we meet face-to-face with that fear,
And if you've never told anyone then who's to stand near,
I am afraid of becoming something I'm not,
All of my friends know that and stand close when I start to slip,
They all remind me to stand out of the crowd,
Because those who do usually get noticed,
But what is fear?
Something we have never experienced,
That might be good for some fears,
But what about those that might turn out better,
We'll never know until we try them,
I have tried mine and didn't like what I saw,
But whose to say being afraid of something is actually keeping you away from something you might really like.
 
Kathryn Miller
   
 

   
   
 

  35.     

Fire! ! !

Since my house burnt down in August of 2005,
It hasn't been the same for me,
We went there the other day,
I cried and cried,
Because I had lost everything,
The lightning hit it and knock a 4ft. hole in the roof,
And then poof it was gone,
I now look back on the memories,
And have a little tear,
'Cause the smell of it STILL lingers near,
I felt depressed and compelled,
To die,
But then the thought of my family came,
Although it will never be the same,
I am truly a survivor.
 
Kathryn Miller
   
 

   
   
 

  36.     

Fly Away

I wish i could spread my wings,
And fly away from this harsh place,
I dont need to stay any longer,
For all i see here is pain and hurt,
I want to fly high the wind on my face,
With no worries and no where i have to be,
I want to leave this hell i have caged myself inside,
Curled around pain, my body twist with every sore,
Locked inside, my wings crushed against my back,
Kept inside this evil place, this evil hell,
I want to spread my wings and fly 'til i am outta sight,
But sometimes in order to fly away,
We must earn our wings,
So i look up to the sky and ask the Lord,
Have i done something wrong? ,
Did i offend the to a point of such madness? ,
Lord, please release me into your skies and let me be free,
And to that the cage opened and i crawled out,
My wings were white now, like i had never seen,
And i lifted off the ground and gazed down upon my cage,
Then i flew as high as i could and thanked the lord.
 
Kathryn Miller
   
 
 
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