My Rage

June 22, 2011
By pennname BRONZE, Wharton, Ohio
pennname BRONZE, Wharton, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
no matter what, wherever you go in life... there you are.


Blinding rage shoots through your veins
hateful thoughts - your half insane
in your heart your blood-lust reigns
and anger always causes pain
smashing fists against the wall
knuckles bloody, broke, and raw
don't know what to do and seeing red
all conscious thoughts have surely fled
bottled pain, emotions soar
your hate - filled cry a gruesome roar
no control, all thoughts are dark
an explosion caused by one hot spark
their not to blame, but clear a path
all in your sight will feel your wrath
once it starts no end in sight
the brightest days turn into night
to calm yourself? you cannot pledge
once your pushed beyond the edge
in anger you may rant or rave
or wish your loved ones to the grave
feeling hotter than a furnace blast
from other memories in your past
they've only seen the smallest part
of the feelings raging inside your heart
you want to hurt all who unleashed
your darkest side, your inner beast
but you stomp it down, push it away
and keep it bottled for another day


The author's comments:
wrote this when i was angry to let people see rage, found that writing helps calm me.

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on Jul. 20 2011 at 3:23 am
DeePiper PLATINUM, Gainesville, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"Poetry flows. Right from my heart, to the paper. The best poems create themselves within your heart, and your mind...well, the mind interprets them... See, think of your heart as the artist, and your mind as the audience... get it?"

"to calm yourself? you cannot pledge
once your pushed beyond the edge
in anger you may rant or rave
or wish your loved ones to the grave
feeling hotter than a furnace blast
from other memories in your past
they've only seen the smallest part
of the feelings raging inside your heart" This part of your poem really caught my attention. I do like this poem:)


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