Poems About: ANGER
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Slow to anger
And quick to anger
Anger nonetheless read more »Deci Hernandez
110.Sonnet: When Angry!
Help me, O God, to hold my anger fast;
I must be cool while facing foolish mobs;
Their irritating methods cannot last;
Their misdemeanor gives me extra sobs! read more »Dr John Celes
Anger takes a hold of me and makes me what I’m not
It makes me say what I don’t mean to ones I know and love
My anger is so powerful that my body becomes an inferno
Boiling away and eating at my sanity and what little love I’ve got read more »Jade Hymora
112.~~~! Anger Within! ~~~
The anger within me lays dangerously dormant,
But part of it still burns, a small remnant.
It slowly brews up within
Then unleashed with no care for making sin. read more »Joshua Cheung
Anger threatens to steal me away
My soul burns with fire, my sanity strays
My heart beats faster, one single beat
My face reddens sudden from the intense heat read more »Leslie Rodriguez
114.when i see you
When i see you
Out of Control read more »Salmaan Sheriff
Your voice is too loud
Always try to be calm
Try to work things out
Without fight or qualm read more »John Onyeme
y do we show anger on others,
and dont spare even ur mothers.
to b angry is good?
or it shows ur bad mud? read more »ajitav basak
117.Sonnet: On Anger
Remember Man that Anger is futile!
Restrain your temper bad when ‘fumes’ arise;
Apologize if guilty, in high style,
And write your Anger off or play it nice. read more »Dr John Celes
118.Pain, hope, anger, Tired, fear, lost.
Pain, hope, anger.
Tired, fear, lost.
the pain within is only our own to bare read more »Stacy Bea
119.forgive her, she knows not what she does
You are anger now and have
become anger through anger.
The tight-lipped woman blowing
smoke into my lungs read more »Ben Paynter
120.Letting Off Steam
We all have our own ways of letting off steam
Some grow very angry and at those nearby scream
Whilst others will punch you or kick at a wall
The potential for anger that can lead to violence it is in us all. read more »Francis Duggan