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Kavita Iyer


Anger


Beware of Anger
It is just one letter short of Danger,
Anger present in one's soul
Destructs the body and mind as a whole,
In anger you act foolishly in a fit of rage
Which then creates a very bad image,
Unknowingly you happen to hurt someone
Thereby spoiling all the life's fun,
So do not create place for Anger
In your heart, mind or soul,
For once it settles in you
You are liked by very few,
So try to remain calm & act cool
And do not make yourselves a fool,
You can try this as nothing is impossible
As the word ‘impossible' itself says I'm possible,
So next time if anger resides in your hearts room
Throw it out & see how your life will bloom!

Submitted: Thursday, October 04, 2012

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  • Freshman - 1,035 Points Kanav Justa (12/19/2012 10:29:00 AM)

    anger is something that comes naturally to us, , , and its very importatnt to express it in the right amount, , , in the right time, , , and with the right person, , , , to express anger is importatant sometimes, , , but only i n a limited, way, , , , one who can conquer it, , , , respect for them, , , (Report) Reply

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