Tag: anger

The Shackles of Anger

Chained in a dungeon deep under ground, kneeling in filth on a moss covered stone floor, I was restrained by rage. Wrought iron manacles clasped around my throat and wrists. They restrained thighs and ankles. I knelt there, knees raw, neck thick with vulgarity. Even in the… Continue Reading “The Shackles of Anger”

Late Night Gym Session

I’m stressed. Whenever I write a lot I’m stressed. It’s a tell. I get jittery, everything seems out of place, everything is out of place on my desk, and I can’t focus on one task. I focus on everything all at once. Tonight I’m… Continue Reading “Late Night Gym Session”

Rage

You defiled my song, Yanked on my heart, Leave me in the dark. Pulse speeds up, Vision tunnels, Teeth chatter. Uncertainty grips, My chest clenches, Stomach vomits, Head aches. But this is about me. Not you. I take deep breaths, fighting myself. I pack… Continue Reading “Rage”

Cursing My Manuscript

There are numerous reasons I’m a little frustrated tonight. I’m on page 21 of 388. That’s great progress considering I was on page five yesterday. However, the page to the left is about what all my pages look like. That large x you see?… Continue Reading “Cursing My Manuscript”

Fall Apart

This poem came to me while I was sitting here, writing up some history to my world. I think it has meter, I know it has a rhyme scheme. Sometimes when I do poetry I can’t quite figure out why, but when I say… Continue Reading “Fall Apart”