natalie vail

Losing Control - Poem by natalie vail

Have you figured out what triggers you the most?
Do you hear words and blow up?
Do you see actions and lose control of what you say?
Are you so angry at a person for dying that you lose control and pretend to hate that person?
Did you see some animal suffering?
Or did you have some alcohol?
Yeah, get enough of this stuff and it changes you a bit.
Why do we lose our temper so easily and quickly?
What do we when we lose control?
We fight..
We yell...
We hurt each other...
We say things that hurt, right?
Yeah, think about the last time you got mad.
The saddest part of losing control is the words we speak.
Curses... insults... derisions... coming out of your mouth left and right.
What makes it sad is who you're saying it to.
You can tell someone they're worthless and they'll always remember that.
What ever comes out of your mouth they'll keep forever.
Even if you're forgiven they will always hold it in the back of their mind.
Forgive and forget will never happen.
Think about the last time you were talked bad about.
Yeah, you remember all the words that came from that person's mouth.
Try not to ever lose control, because you become stronger in a bad way.
When you nail a nail in a piece of wood, there will always be that hole there forever.
So when say a word to someone, you leave a hole in them that will always be there forever.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011

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