Hate (Poetry Series)

Photo Credit: Usamah Khan

A Poem by Anila Hoxha

Hate

All these years that I’ve lived,

I have never seen such an ungraceful creature,

You make the air so heavy,

I am suffocating,

Every move you make, makes the ground tremble,

Makes the nature die,

The aura darkens.

And I wonder what are you,

That the house cries when you come,

That the fear arises in my body.

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4 thoughts on “Hate (Poetry Series)

  1. I don’t know if it’s meant to but it leaves a lot of suspense, especially the last couple of lines. I like it yet it seems unfinished. Like the beginnings of something much larger. I’d like to see it expanded on, I wonder what it is too. Not that you should answer that but expand on it, what causes the fear, what is this house to cry, etc.

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    1. Thank you. I’m loving this idea of posting my poems here, because I can get feedback on it. I do have another poem, which is kind of the continuation of that. I wonder if I should put them together.

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