Anger - Poem by Gil Gregorio
A sweeping evil from an unknown thought
measuring things unwittingly judged;
A candlestick of mistakes from right,
unswerving malady of any particulars
slowly creeping within a silent rage!
A lonely realization of right made wrong
measuring headaches within woeful heart;
A mountainous number of griefs within
to strike not stricken by needs
slowly rotting the flesh sublime!
By counting many errors and mistakes
bursting an immeasurable patience lay;
a yardstick of angels throng will pay
a bridge between right and wrong view
piercing the fearful heart bit slow!
Anger's a maligned and uncharted wing,
to endure against it or otherwise,
may cause a whole wide world destruct
a jittery of flatters left with pride:
a mistake done so far and wide!
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