Treasure Island

Razu Foyez Ibney Harun Al Ahmed

(10/02/1988 / Sylhet, Bangladesh)

Anger


How is anger escaped?
It stays deep within me.
I think about what is lost,
and the anger rises inside of me.
Every where I look,
I see what should be mine.
Envy turns to anger,
I think to myself 'who are these people? ,
they do not deserve such a thing I have lost'
I think about what is lost,
and the anger rises inside of me.
It rises to such a degree,
that anger turns to tears.

Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2006
Edited: Thursday, March 30, 2006

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