Poems About: ANGER
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301.Teaching the Hardened Youth
Teaching to hardened youth
Anger, Cold, Hard Anger read more »Lori Christensen
The anger in me
wants to come out read more »azmat naushad asif
303.Gérard Sekoto, In Memorium (1913-1993)
Would that anger subside
anger fed on pride read more »T (no first name) Wignesan
304.Anger and Anguish
You leave these memories you don't need,
To fade away.
Who wants to remember...
People so driven with their no hiding hate. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
305.Oh My God!
A song from 0 to 0 or Vice versa
(he he he, simple Jig saw to order, I do not know the order, lol(0) lol(0) lol(0))
O my heart, Let
Nobody will stare at you like me! read more »Felix Mudiappan
Pain and Anger are the things
In which is flowing through my veins
Knowing that I am forever
Trapped in this endles web of game read more »Melissa Ferrer
307.Anger.... what does it mean to me?
Anger isn't just a feeling, an emotion to detain. Anger is an action that desires the true intentions to burst forth from their towers and let be to roam about for it's own destiny. An action so precise that it with holds the power of concept of it's own imagination to soar. An action so horrid that an army has to refrian it's actions to stop before and 'accident' must occur. But is it an accident? If you purposely try to harm the uninnocent, and morely to the innocent, is it still just an accident? There are two sides to this question..................
Yes, because anger can build up for almost an entire life but one day it will break free and sometimes at the wrong person atthe wrong time in front of the wrong people. These accidents can come out completely wrong and then you are left ashamed and wit-minded. Whomever pushes the buttoms of a very ppeaceful person is only asking for trouble so therefore, no one expects any one to sit in a corner and take all of the stress with out acting out. It is just unsafe and unhealthy to the person itself! read more »Erin Grantham
308.Not From This Anger
Not from this anger, anticlimax after
Refusal struck her loin and the lame flower
Bent like a beast to lap the singular floods
In a land strapped by hunger read more »Dylan Thomas
309.In London's Eye
full of mischief
sunshines as the
windy breeze, read more »Celine Berghmans
All I can feel inside me
Is what they call anger
This is all I can say
You're a faker read more »Liz Gellur
311.Destined for Failure
America, she made me see
she had little dignity, shown
from a weakness of favoritism.
She completely exhausted read more »Alex Blea
Like the wind,
you know it's there,
but its invisible to the eye.
~ read more »Broken Angel