Rage - Poem by Thomas Duncky
Is this adrenaline rising in me?
This fire burning within
This desire to tear down these walls
These Chimpanzee gestures got me hitting my chest
Somebody take vigilance, I need to be caged
It is boiling down to my soul
Lord, this fire is consumed me all
I need to break free before I vent it on someone
Fists scrunch on their own accord
Blood is got itself boiling
My ego is falling
My heart is raged and somebody needs to be caged!
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