Wow, Paul this poem is amazing! I realllly liked it... it was a unique and interesting topic! Anger truly is a serious emotion, and I love the way you discussed it in this poem. I completely agree with everything you've said! I really enjoyed this poem. Well done! =D
Wow I love this title! I love this whole thing! And its so true! Everyone reacts to situations differently and everyones level of anger is different. Your wording was verfy intriguing in this poem, it made me think :) good job
I'd recommend you not to write the title in caps because it might actually scare readers rather than interest them, though it somehow underlines teh topic since some people show their anger while writing in caps, but I do not know whether that was your intention.
Now back to the poem, I think that this is quite interesting and I have to admit that this is the first poem I read regarding this topic, while it seems to be rather tough to find a topic nowadays that hasn't been dealt with too often. You managed to keep me interested throughout your piece, but I somehow miss a poetic touch, obviously it's a poem, but it doesn't quite read like it just yet, I have no idea what to change to get it that way though, but on the other hand it might be just me. Well penned after all though.
Thanks I will see if there is any other way to make it poetic. However, I wrote down what came out of my heart. Thanks once again!
8 years ago
Kindly permit me, refer you to my poem *Until Then*, to see how unified this whole thing works. I'm amazed 2 know now, d@ d Spirit, though in different tongues, is ONE. Your poem *Fear*, n this 1, all circulate around what point I made out of mine_ n, I cannot agree less. You've blessed my day with this. Thank you.
"while some may endure huge temptations,
others react to the slightest irritations."
---this actually made me laugh. It is true, but sometimes it depends on the situation a person is going through.
"and whenever the button is pressed,
it goes off and leaves an eyesore behind."
---I didn't really get this at first read. But perhaps 'eyesore' because when one is angry, we more or less frown, and it hurts the eyes.
'eyesore' is true with how you view it, but ultimately, it's the fact that when we flare up we make a mess of every other thing and sometimes hurt those people we'd rather not hurt if we had been patience.