Margaret Cox

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Emotions - Poem by Margaret Cox

Patience is a virtue, or so they say
Many are happy to play things that way
Anger is destructive, with loss of control
Impatience is bad, wrenching the soul

Laughter is fun, and good for you
But laughter can mock and be hurtful too.
Being sarcastic can be very unkind
Revenge can stem from a very sick mind

Jealousy is a most destructive thing
Happiness alone can make you sing.
Tears are a release, but of frustration too
When nobody knows just what to do

Emotions can make you happy or sad
Learn to control and you won’t feel so bad.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 18, 2011


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