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  141.     

Least said soonest mended.

Least said soonest mended.

In the anger of the moment.
We react instinctively
Harsh words spill out by accident
Which we regret immediately.

Anger looses inhibitions
We do not think before we speak.

The spoken word can’t be unsaid
However much we may regret.
Although our anger’s long since fled
Those we offend do not forget.

Anger loosens inhibitions.
We do not think before we speak.

Old friends become new enemies.
Misunderstandings on both sides
Exchanging apologies
may help but bitterness abides.

Anger loosens inhibitions
We do not think before we speak.

Reacting to a perceived slight.
Something we are prone to do.
We forget to be polite.
It’s unfortunate but it’s true.

Thursday,13 October 2011
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ivor or ivor.e hogg

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  142.     

Letting Off Steam

We all have our own ways of letting off steam
Some grow very angry and at those nearby scream
Whilst others will punch you or kick at a wall
The potential for anger that can lead to violence it is in us all.

Some people their anger manage to suppress
Though illness can grow out of bottled up stress
In people who suppress their feelings cancer is known to grow
And due to such an illness death is painful and slow.

Some people their anger cannot seem to control
And since anger can block out the light from the soul
For assault and battery which is a serious crime
In jail they are destined for to spend some time.

By the actions we take and the things that we say
We all let off steam in a different way
And though with anger it never is easy to win
Perhaps 'tis better for you to air it than keeping it in.
 
Francis Duggan

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  143.     

Running

You lie to me again
You think I’ll never know
With every lie you tell me
My anger only grows

It bubbles under the surface
I want no one to see
The anger that is simmering
Right inside of me

My anger starts to heat
You act like you’ve done no wrong
But you did
I trusted you all along

My anger consumes me
I am blind with rage
I focus on my book
As I turn the page

I usually let my anger seep
Slowly out of me
But today it won’t wait
It longs to be free

I start yelling
I just explode
Everyone is staring
I don’t know where to go

I start running
Away from you
You cause pain
I know what you can do

I’m still running
From my pain
I will keep running
Until we meet again
 
sami girl

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  144.     

forgive her, she knows not what she does

You are anger now and have
become anger through anger.
The tight-lipped woman blowing
smoke into my lungs
and soul. It’s foggy now
and sits silently inside me.
You are what I hate and what
I love, a cloud that hints at rain
but never does, a woman with
two mouths and two hearts
to match them, growing
always growing, a small tree
inside me where leaves fall.
Seasons change dear, but the tree’s
still there and so to the anger
quiet as a virgin bullet, I cannot
chop it down myself before
it pushes out and through
eyes, a nose, and a branch splits
the tongue and there’s a knot
growing into a hard heart. You
are the axe, the down swing, the
feeling of letting go, the burning
fire that ate up the anger
in the night.
 
Ben Paynter

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