Treasure Island

Emma Litchfield


Anger


It howls like the swirling storm inside
With sudden burst of pain

Everyone has it
There is no escape from it

It can be your fate and destiny
But only you can decide

With outburst of pain
We take it head on

But in the end it always seems to take control
With tears of no sympathy

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

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