Adalie Hettie

Rookie (05-24-1979 / Baton Rouge)

The Hate That I Hate


I hate the hate that resides in me now

I hate the hate that is so heavy it weighs me down
I hate the hate that keeps my emotions tightly wound

I hate the hate that charges my wall
I hate the hate that lies to strengthen my fall

I hate the hate that has me in chains
I hate the hate that courses through my veins

I hate the hate that is a shadow at my side
I hate the hate that has stolen my mind

I hate the hate that blinds me from the stars
I hate the hate that has created my war

I hate the hate that has stolen my grace

My scarlet letter written all over my face

Submitted: Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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  • Rookie X_shay_x X_broken_x (4/12/2012 11:04:00 AM)

    i think this is a really good poem also dont let people hate on u and your poetry because u r really talented (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Zoe Cancienne (1/11/2012 9:01:00 PM)

    Hey Adalie this is a great poem. This poem is exactly what I'm feeling. Don't listen to the people who hate this poem. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Bob Johnson (6/28/2010 11:54:00 PM)

    Love and accolades have come before me. Really? This lurching, unrhythmic, cheap collection of rhymes is not a poem. I nearly strangled reading it aloud. I wonder: did the previous commenters let themselves *hear* this piece so bad it could not even be given the commendation of being called doggerel. How in God's name is this on a best-of list? Shameful. Go back to those pencil sketches you probably think are art also, Adalie. (God, I hope you don't think you write poetry.) Boo-Hisss! ! ! (Report) Reply

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