Fury - Poem by Thea Pound
Let us wear a mask of calm,
Below the surface seething,
No flicker can show, no eyes may glow,
Steady my rhythm of breathing.
I force a smile to reach my lips,
To keep them all from knowing
Just how I feel, I can't reveal,
Yet still the rage keeps growing.
I'm burning deep within my core,
My inner abyss brewing,
The fires of hell, they kindle and swell,
My heart and soul are stewing.
Let us be anesthetized,
Let numbness overtake me;
My feelings rage, though I keep them caged,
Restraint, please don't forsake me.
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