Rex mayor Ubini
Anger Of Love - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
Hate can in profound disguise.
When dogs play with their keeper
One could think
they can’t bite their fingers.
But still waters run deeper.
When love let loose its anger,
the paroxysm is darker
and deeper than any grave
dug by the anger of hate.
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