I thought you were healed
but I didn’t know I was wrong
this strength I saw in you
wasn’t because you were strong
it was because you were trying to mend yourself
into the person you wanted to be
but you leaned on anger and we failed to see
that the cure you were searching for
was nothing but a poisonous fruit
that it wrapped you into bitterness
and you took the wrong route.
I don’t blame you
I promise I don’t
but this anger in you will destroy us both
maybe you should seek help
because we both know this anger isn’t new
I wish I could help
but I’m burning in the same fire as you.

Maybe we both need help
(A silent plea)

Poetry book: Curing My Venom

23 thoughts on “Anger

  1. Thank you. πŸ’œ

    This anger really got me often.
    It is hard, when it is all around me.
    And if not anger, then hurting words or actions.
    When I am for myself, I can heal it, but only when I want to.
    Otherwise I tear the inner wounds open again or make new ones, not only to myself.
    Because of how things are going, I can’t feel good, because then they would “eat” me as well.

    Besides my pathetic words, it is great to see that you made some books available.
    Each one who writes about struggles, fears and broken things in this mad world, can bring more positive changes and encourages others to do the same. And rethink their actions, life and expectations.

    You are doing great things and I wish you continuously the best.

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    1. Your words are not pathetic… they have magic in them. They captivate people’s minds and that all that matters. Our struggles make us stronger and tougher but they also make us human. I get your anger. I’m like that too… I don’t know where all this anger came from but its there somewhere rooted deep in me… but I wish you all the best and I hope you do well in life! My prayers are with you ❀

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  2. People always assumed that I would be alright in any situation because they thought I was so strong. Little did they know it was a front and there was a fire developing inside that nearly burned my guts out. Fortunately I took myself to therapy even though people looked down their nose at me. One shouldn’t have to fight so hard!

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    1. O’ I agree with you. I have this front too! Everyone thinks I’m strong… even though I’m not… I always believed in fake it till you make it! but now its face it till you make it… I’m thinking about therapy too! Do what ever helps you heal!


  3. We all are broken somehow and the only way -i guess we can help is believe that everything happens for a reason and so meeting one person means you have sth for them or you have sth in you they need and vice versa so -i guess we should always look deeper in people around us and people that come our way ~ as always great work dear Aisha~πŸ’•

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    1. That’s so true dear! everything that happens in life has a reason behind it. I’m a strong believer in that…. even your fall has a significance. Your rise has a significance. Allah is the greatest planners of all ❀

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      1. Exactly!! And there is this Hadith about this topic: Suhaib reported that Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: Strange are the ways of a believer for there is good in every affair of his and this is not the case with anyone else except in the case of a believer for if he has an occasion to feel delight, he thanks (God), thus there is a good for him in it, and if he gets into trouble and shows resignation (and endures it patiently), there is a good for him in it.” I try to remind myself everytime i stress about this topic that there is a message behind everything … πŸ’–πŸ™ˆ

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      2. Thank you for this Yiena<3 This is a beautiful hadith and I will send it to all my friends and siblings to remind them that every thing Allah SWT does has a reason behind it. My favorite Aya from the Quran is β€œFor indeed, with hardship [will be] ease. Indeed, with hardship [will be] ease.” (Surah Ash-Sharh 94: 5-6) It makes me feel better when ever I'm going through something!

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  4. Good afternoon, Mrs. A. Rinum

    It is important
    that you yourself
    before the
    the anger

    even if one
    is close to the other
    learns to protect yourself

    draws the line
    that you can
    own injuries
    caused by the other
    to heal yourself

    Best regards
    Hans Gamma

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      1. Good afternoon, Mrs. A. Rinum

        Thank you very much for your answer.

        My answer:

        I do not want
        oppose my nature
        don’t fight me

        I want to go with me
        especially with the
        what me
        on myself
        give myself a lot of trouble

        the circle
        i will in my life
        can never complete

        the daily attempt
        in spite of everything
        what I do in others
        evil in myself
        have done
        the crying child
        hug inside me every day

        I wish you the best
        on their way

        Best regards
        Hans Gamma

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