I Wish I Was Fearless

An acrylic painting of a woman in an orange coat and a red hat. The painting is square and has a bright yellow background. Green stripes stream out of the face of the woman. The title of the artwork is fearless.
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Fearless

I wish I was
Because then I would
Share my heart

I wish I could be
Because then I would
Show them me

If I could be
Be joyful & content
Could I

And all I couldn’t
Paint or write or say
I would

(if)

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