Damian olatunde Ogedengbe

Anger Within - Poem by Damian olatunde Ogedengbe

How fine you look when dressed in rage
a condition never harmed be age,
lucky for you, that this addiction,
Is but a temperate condition,
for soon you'll feel and hear and smell,
all the things that come from hell,
rather like, and excuse my tone,
like grinding flesh from human bone

How fair you look when clad in red,
as all your patience now has fled,
but of course, your lucky too,
as red eyes tend to suit so few,
lightning will envy the way you storm,
And thunder will wonder about your form,
But let's not forget the way you grin,
When you have committed a cardinal sin

How dark you look when garbed in wrath,
As you wander down a wickedpath,
From when you are of a darker hue,
And you know my statement true,
Speaking of truth, you'll soonbe knowing,
Of why your anger still is growing,
Doors have locks and lock have keys,
They will not open despite your pleas,
How fine you look when dressed in rage,
The horror that you must engage,
And now back to your current shape,
Will mark the start of your escape.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 13, 2012

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