Poems About: ANGER
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229.Emptiness of Words
On morning walk, I raise my eyes up,
Not like King David to the mountains,
But to purple flowers, the Pride of India
Queen’s flowers, blossoming bunches out read more »Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
230.Sandy’s Dilemma: Distempered Emotions
her greeting was “What’s up? ”
lacks her raw energy read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
231.Man is potato.
Ego wounded, anger bursts.
Senses purred, desires spurt.
The built in anger and desire
Work as drives for man efforts. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
232.Awareness Notes... (Part Two)
it's not the bullet that killed
the man... bullets by themselves
are harmless. it is the intent
of the man that loads the gun, read more »Eric Cockrell
233.Joy and Anger
Joy is an overwhelming feeling to be happy,
But more, To feel so delighted with God, you see;
It's an awesome happiness, that makes one delighted within,
A life so pleased and coping cause God's taken away their sin. read more »margaret haig
Anger is a terrible thing,
that seeps through your viens...
Making you wish,
others pain. read more »Cally A. Nixon
235.Happiness - Part: 2
Anger is all I feel in place of my happiness!
It found me, and I embraced it.
Then, in all of it's evil glory, read more »Luke
I have made the mistake
Of letting my anger and frustration
Get control over my actions
Before I could ever stop them. read more »Dark Guardian
237.Anger or Agony
One path is filled with anger,
Darkened with hate,
Swirling with spiteful desires. read more »Jeanelle Laudadio
My anger rests tonight forming,
Of west and east the buds do grow,
I crazily ride from the aching. read more »Naveed Akram
A dark raging flame of anger burns deep inside my soul,
Life itself has taken so many things away from me,
Friends and family have left my angered soul to rot on this lonely planet,
The center of my soul has been accused of being hell, read more »Samantha Sapp
Anger is getting worse
Stress taking control
Worries stealing away sleep
There’s no outlet left read more »Allysyn Bryant