|Best Poems About / On ANGER
You can't Win a Gutter War! (second draft)
(If one becomes Evil
in order to defeat it
you step down
in the gutter
a poison tree 1
saw limbs of connection
of sour grapes
of BLT ala Merde
at fearsome scenes
Dressed to Kill
More of the Same
all dressed up with nowhere to
the self imprisoned
flaring to boil
the fires burn
Q. Why choose Anger over Fear?
(in 25 words or less)
A. 'Because it feels empowering and anger tastes better
but ANGER is ADDICTIVE
a good servant
a BAD MASTER
is to drink a cup of poison
hoping it kills
your enemy' 2
Let the the Buyer Beware
Consumers of Anger
may be consumed
by that 'enemy within'
'Shop til you Drop! '
1 William Blake
2 in the public domain
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Pain, hope, anger, Tired, fear, lost.
Pain, hope, anger.
Tired, fear, lost.
the pain within is only our own to bare
the hope is our mind playing tricks on us
the anger is finding there is no life
the tired of being pushed around
the fear of losing
Pain consumes the world
Hope is lost
anger is held high
Fear consumes our minds
Lost is all our hopes
Pain can not beat us
Hope still shines the smallest ray of light
anger is controled
lost is the feeling of emptyness
The pain wont hold us back
The hope shines the way
The anger can not harm
The fear is gone
The lost is home.
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She sat looking at me,
Not listening to a word.
Every time we talked, she
Said my opinion was absurd
You should have seen my face;
The anger I showed was a disgrace.
For years, I have lived with such anger,
Gnawing anger, the kind that lingers
Like roadkill. To be sure, I am not stranger
To rage. Its long bony fingers
Have touched my heart many times,
Urging me to commit heinous crimes.
But to blame anyone for my rage is unjust.
No one is responsible for my fury,
Though I may think so, my eyesight is simply blurry
Anger is seeking a new slave;
As for me, Id rather be brave,
Before anger puts me deep down in a grave.
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Sonnet: On Anger
Remember Man that Anger is futile!
Restrain your temper bad when fumes arise;
Apologize if guilty, in high style,
And write your Anger off or play it nice.
Mere counting helps to dissipate Anger;
But slamming doors and raving mad arent right;
Poetry puts the plane into hanger!
When Anger comes, Man loses his insight.
The more you write, the stinging tone gets less;
The balls you smash will fall away off-court;
Painting, cartooning help Anger harness;
Just hold your temper making it your forte!
An action rash in angry mood too fails;
When calm returns, a better sense prevails.
Dr John Celes
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