Treasure Island

Tanveer Sharma

(20.05.1991 / Bathinda)

Anger - A Fire


Anger - A fire,
Immediate reaction to oppose the conspire.
Burns my body and I become rude and fret,
After getting high temper, there is no value of regret.
Anger is a kind of poison,
Spoils my life and denying every joy and fun.
Oh fire! Oh anger! you are requested to stay away,
And let me handle every situation in cool and calm way.
As you always hurt people who are so close to me,
Opposing you for finding happiness's key.

Submitted: Friday, November 16, 2012
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