Patricia Grantham
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Thursday, January 17, 2013

No Room For Hate Comments

Rating: 4.7
I went to a house and walked up to the gate
A man came outside and his name was called Hate
He asked me a question would you like to come in?
I then thought for a moment hate is no kin


Patricia Grantham
Mahtab Bangalee 24 June 2019
I looked at Hate with the blink of an eye You'll live in this house until the day you die ......../// beautifully penned, beautiful expression yeah; no room no room for hate in the heart of love those who know love never know how to hate if anyone says he/she is in love but he/she hates after a while then take an understand that it is not love......! !
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Chinedu Dike 27 October 2018
A well articulated piece of poetry elegantly brought forth with clarity of thought and mind. A beautiful creation. Thanks for sharing and do remain enriched.
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Haidee Majola 16 July 2018
I love this. No room for hate...??
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Tom Allport 13 August 2017
a wonderfully poem of how to treat hate to keep it locked up? now wouldn't that be great! ...............superbly written PG.
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Kim Barney 13 December 2015
Wouldn't it be great if all forgot to hate? Good thing the Lord above always shows his love!
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Edward Kofi Louis 03 December 2015
Love saves the world and, hatred destroys it! Nice work. Thanks for sharing.
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Melvina Germain 03 October 2015
I like this poem very much, great insight on hate...The charactization is amazing.....
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Terry Dawson 01 October 2015
Great message! The story, though, I felt was a little contrived. Good on balance.
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Again, I am mouth-watered by this poem
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Akhtar Jawad 02 July 2015
What a wonderful poem is it!
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Daniel Brick 10 June 2015
Your personification of HATE is a cunning character. He knows immediately he can't intimidate you, or scare you into hating another person. So his approach is quiet, even charming. He offers a gift but you have already X-rayed his intentions, and he gives up. It's so easy to defeat hate: you just need good character, strength of will, and solid virtue. In other words: Be a good person and Hate cannot touch you! Your poem is a moral tale we need to heed.
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Rose Prioleau 19 April 2015
Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Do I have permission to read it in church and give you the shout out of course! Rose J. Prioleau
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Chinedu Dike 03 April 2015
Beautiful narrative poem with depth of insight. I like the articulation and rhyme scheme of the piece. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MZANSI AND THE BALLOT BOX.
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Darlene Marion 26 January 2015
This is a very nice poem.
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Sonia Alvarado 04 April 2014
Reminds me of Edgar Allen Poe! chilling! I think its my favorite, even though the topic is dark. In the end, good wins over evil though. What a great writer she is!
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Lyn Paul 03 April 2014
A great write Patricia with a superb title. Hate is very much out there, sadly it is all that some people know. But lets keep loving! GPOTD (Great poem of the day)
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Savita Tyagi 03 April 2014
loved this conversational piece and enjoyed very much. Hate is with in us, we just have to be care full to keep it in check.
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Kevin Patrick 03 April 2014
Superbly crafted the verses is just flow like a majestic river, although the subject is not so pleasing, reminds me of the story of Buddha and the mara, he was tormented by all vices of evil but fought back. There are to many boarders who dwell in that cabin. A great job!
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Cynthia Buhain-baello 03 April 2014
Excellently written poem with great depth and meaning, so much wisdom and timely message.
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Stephen W 03 April 2014
A nice piece of work, though I agree with Aswath Raman.
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