Insecurity Knocking At My Door

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Corinna Turner, Poetry, on The Table Read

Written by Corrina Turner

Insecurity Knocking at my Door

Insecurity Knocking At My Door, Poem by Corinna Turner, on The The Table Read
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Insecurity is still here
Dripping poisonous thoughts of fear
You worry what they may think
Will you allow your ship to sink?

Look deep down within you
Allow the fear to pass through
Remember all you have been taught
Grab hold of those fear based thoughts

Now place those fears on a balloon
And send them up to the moon
Now dance freely in the air
Focus your thoughts on that which you care

When insecurity starts to creep in
Grab it and throw it in the bin
Others will always behave the same
Why respond with being too tame?

It’s time to step up and love you
You deserve your spirit to shine through
When insecurity comes knocking at your door
Face it with love and tell it no more

Now ask it what does it need
To heal and stop the bleed
When it responds that it needs you
Reassure it ‘we’re seeing this through’

Take that part of yourself by the hand
Go for a walk across the sand
Love you like you needed back then
When you felt like you didn’t have a friend

Give it the support that it needs
Show it the pain no longer needs to bleed
Tell it is safe to let go
And that you no longer need to feel low

Ask it to open the door
So that the tears can flow some more
Lovingly caress your head
Notice your heart no longer feels like lead

You sit up and notice you are lighter
You spirit starts to radiate that bit brighter
Remember, if insecurity comes knocking at your door
Take it by the hand and love it some more

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