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Anger Poems

A - Anarchy
by North Calantoni

Amber autumn aflame
An aroma of ash appeases the artful arsonist; the adamant anarchist
An audacious attempt at attacking back at our arbitrary accommodations
The



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I STAYED
by Aska Makori

And I stayed

I stayed because I wanted to show you I was strong

I stayed because I was scared of being replaced

I stayed because I thought



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I Like
by Aska Makori

I like

I like to walk alone

Because when I'm alone, I get to be me

I like to laugh alot

Because when I laugh, I mask my pain

I



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Stubborn
by Gillyan Gilchrist

   Is a stick broke Inna har ears or piece a wood. This likkle gyal nuh listen innu, me tell har stop walk round wid



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I Give A Little I take a Little
by Waveney Lander-Walters

I am the daughter of a sharecropper
I am the real granddaughter of Netta
I am the element of surprises

Sadness and gladness is a part



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DO YOU?
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Do you see us when we cry?
When we try to hide our faces in the sand?
have you ever thought it through,
That these



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Crawling Mother
by Maryam Dalhatu

I feel sad when i see you the same,
For decades you remain lame,
It is indeed a pity or late blame,
But i just



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Let Not Occupy Kinship Bias
by Waveney Lander-Walters

I cast a backward look—how the times changed

To the beautiful face in the stroller
She Smile, I smiled, the guardian frown
A child is not



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the inner force 2
by mohamad safan

2 the cat
Once, when she found him playing with the cat 
She lifted her up
She warned him at loud
She threw it in



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The inner force 1
by mohamad safan

The inner force
1- Believe
He couldn't believe that
He could imagine in fact
That can be the weakest
Convert to be the strongest
The



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Saying Goodbye To Summer
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Saying goodbye to September

All New York is a cold. And everywhere

Show signs of winter, when the winds blow,

It made one’s shiver to the bone: clogged



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An Angry Girl
by Briana Scarbrough

She wakes up in the morning hoping for a new day. In her mind everything's good, everyting's going her way. But when she opens her


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fool me once
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel

     FOOL ME ONCE

I was obsessed, with friendship

I laid the foundation of my life, around it

Joy was continually aboard with me, even in township

I was



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I Was In Love With The Poem
by Waveney Lander-Walters

I was in love with a Poem:

The poet lured her victims into her wild kingdom of
Word, words, words, that
became the forest



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Sisalindile!
by Zakhele Mncwango

Iphi le ngane eyazalwayo?

Iphi yonke lento esayethenjiswa?

Ithemba lenjabulo salifumbathiswa.

Namanje sisalubambile lolo donga.

 

Miningi kakhulu manje le minyaka

Kwabulaw' ubandlululo kuleli

Ukuz' engacindezel' unkululeko

Le ngane eyayizozalwa. 

Nanamuhla kusefana nakuqala.

 

Iph' inkululeko?



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THE STING OF DEATH
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel

THE STING OF DEATH

Death why provoke us to tears?

There are lot of unfinished works

But still you pierce

What are these you have wrought?

 

Your unannounced visits can’t



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Dogmatic
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Dogmatic
We must never kill the spiders
While, they wove their words into the likeness of thunder
You only watch the news to find out<>



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When Our Love Has Gone And Left Us
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Plans are made to be broken
by Micah Harris

i'll try to make it up to you

 I don't mean to cancel

 it's just that I'm a important man

This world needs me and I need them 

I



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SOLITUDE BY THE REVERIE
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

 

the tiniest sliver of a



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i write
by stephanie warrillow

broken minds and bleeding wounds words that can't change anything. Saying sorry dosent make it better.

stuck in the pain that just won't ever die at



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Mother Please
by Deryl McCauley

 

Tell me Mother please tell me why

I was not enough

I should have been sun and moon-stars in the sky

Please Mother tell me why?

Away at work



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