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When you find yourself in a rage a side of you comes out that no one, even you, recognizes. This poem was written after an episode where my feelings got the better of me and I hurt a very dear friend.
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|by Melissa Roberts
Words that need to be spoken should not accumulate inside.
The hurt, pain or jealousy a person feels can not hide.
Sorrow and anger can be and will be suppressed.
But this only leads to a person feeling depressed.
Anger is a deadly toxin in which the body it flows.
When it takes over limb by limb, everyone knows.
The body - The mind controls and manipulates.
As the poison enters the veins and circulates.
When the poison reaches the heart it's too late.
Disastrous emotions take over such as revenge and hate.
The antidote to cure these emotions, is not so hard to find.
We must search to learn to control our spirited bodies and minds.
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