mitty wille

Don'T Run From Anger - Poem by mitty wille

Anti anger campaigns
Psychological trend
Too much precaution
with behavior changes

Who hasn't felt a huge desire
of letting go a wolf howl
like a mad dog?

It's the teacher's job to domesticate
It's also the parents destiny to disguise!

Precautions taken
crisis avoided
but...swallowed anger
unsolved sorrows
end up in hidden ilnesses

Crying like a mad dog is allowed
Shedding tears is consented soothing
and the extracted sorrow
remains us that to move on, means:
making choices!

Comments about Don'T Run From Anger by mitty wille

  • Rookie Jamie Mccullaugh (3/25/2006 1:55:00 AM)

    that's cool. i know a lot of people who hide their anger inside... but it ends up making them miserable. then it builds up and finally explodes, causing a lot more damage than it would have in the first place. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 19, 2006

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