My Definition Of Anger

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The poem "Anger" is just that-- anger. It composes not only those things that anger myself but those silent angers that the people around me hold, the angers that people don't feel can be seen. It's these silent angers that can keep someone up at night cursing the world or the anger that causes you to say or do that one thing that knowingly will hurt someone out of spite. Anger is a powerful feeling that everyone shares silent or not.
Its alright to feel angry. It's ok to have anger. It shapes who people are as a person. Anger shows the truth colors of those around and pushes people to act out of nature rather then calculated moves -- it brings pain. My poem easily expresses the anger that I have. I accept it for what it is and that will

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