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MOHAMMAD SKATI


Anger


Only my anger survives Because it's out of my will To suppress it, As long as my anger prevails, then I'm totally out of control, Around me and closer to my heart There are bad feelings about things, More people are buried Everyday for ever, More spaces are needed for Tomorrow's dead people, Death is inevitable, but When it happens like this, so I get angry, My anger increases upon seeing These little babies on the ground Bleeding and ready to die, My anger comes out of will, but I am ready to show it, These pretty flowers die and Fade away, but They will tomorrow's dawn, I am angry upon seeing Everyone and everything die Around me.

Submitted: Monday, March 17, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Topic of this poem: sad


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  • Rookie Imagine Whatif (3/17/2014 10:15:00 AM)

    we have no doubt that your anger is not only justified but an understatement. we think you're outraged. and most likely the source of these atrocities, at the end of the day, was another people's anger. channelled poorly prolly because they felt these same things, for whatever ignorant reason. my mom would always tell me to be the bigger person, i.e., to step outside and above the box of tit for tat anger. let me know when you're ready cuz it takes patience and time to get ready, and we have a great wealth of patience. (Report) Reply

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