Poems About: ANGER
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133.Anger (This is not directed at anyone)
You want to know what anger is?
I tell you, you do not!
For it is a feeling that extinguishes all life,
Destruction and rage is what it has in store for you, read more »Robert Gardner
134.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
You lie to me again
You think I’ll never know
With every lie you tell me
My anger only grows read more »sami girl
136.Phobia of Me
bouncing around inside my head
trying to escape this feeling
the feeling of anger and fear
so intense my mind is reeling read more »katey farmer
137.Least said soonest mended.
Least said soonest mended.
In the anger of the moment.
We react instinctively read more »ivor or ivor.e hogg
Anger makes a dull man witty,
But keeps him poor in eternity,
A man shrinks when he is angry,
And grows in tranquil serenity. read more »Munnan Misra
I wish I would just take ahold of anger like a solid square
I could mold it and shape it
I could turn it into the shape of a pear
I could change it around until it looked like a furious bear read more »Shani Marie
140.'Listen To Thine Enemy'
Listen to thine enemy
They may have something for you to hear.
Don’t get angered and eternalize
Everything that was done or heard. read more »Linda Winchell
141.Wisdom has its way
A warm summer's day at a freshly mown park
Hearing kids smile and hearing dogs bark
I sit and enjoy at a bench made of wood
I think about God and how He is so good. read more »Peter Hall
To what eternal secrecy lies this mirth's magic
As feeding anger with laughter and it titters
Or stripping life of its laughter and it withers
Remedy nature enchantingly nurtures such twists? read more »segun Johnson Ozique
143.Angry Words Hurt.
Diamond hard with sharp and bladey edge, at each thrust
As anger twists the fiery words' serrated steel,
It undertakes to bring it's victim to the dust. read more »Fay Slimm
144.Anger And Frustration
Sometimes we get angry
over the silliest of things,
but it is not anger,
but frustration read more »David Harris