Hatred's Din

Hatred's Din

A Poem by Yani De Los Reyes
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I wrote this at school but I never felt angry. Until now I guess.

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Soul that burdens me
Find not thy serenity
May thy ears come deaf
From sounds that mean Death

Forlevened! Damned!
Curse these lips of hatred
Tarnished the stainless steel
Thou shall feel what I feel

May thy mind surrender
To the skies of unending sorrow
Come hear the singing sound
Of the voice of the Angel of Death!

May God have mercy on thee
May He hear your cry and plea
Oh, how pitiful thy soul is
Be gone you fool! Thou shall not rest!

Let thy life rest in eternal sleep
Never wake up from the darkness
Shut thy eyes and hear nothing
And whispers of hatred will haunt thee

The ghosts of the past
Let them haunt your dreams!
Harsh I may say these words
But my soul cannot rest

Thy tears of sorrow, may they see
The splendid joy of my anger
Oh how heartless this soul is
To the minds of many 

Wander, my dear, wander
If ever thee gets lost
Let my hands guide you
To the darkness of day

© 2010 Yani De Los Reyes



Author's Note

Yani De Los Reyes
Forlevened means abandon in Middle English. I wanted to say many more but I can't let that happen. Not again. :P

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My, this is a powerful poem coming out from a young lass like you. The words.. the stanzas.. they're so full of anger and at the same time, the power inside you is coming out and it is as if you were talking like a prophet who speaks out the truth but this one shows hatred so what I just said was completely unrelated. (This is not really a good review.) But I am impressed on how you used the Middle English. It is like I've read a poem of a small and girl version of William Shakespeare. This is a strong poem. You really brought your emotions out here but try not to repeat the same words all over again so that the poem will beautify. That is all. Good job!

-General

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.




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My, this is a powerful poem coming out from a young lass like you. The words.. the stanzas.. they're so full of anger and at the same time, the power inside you is coming out and it is as if you were talking like a prophet who speaks out the truth but this one shows hatred so what I just said was completely unrelated. (This is not really a good review.) But I am impressed on how you used the Middle English. It is like I've read a poem of a small and girl version of William Shakespeare. This is a strong poem. You really brought your emotions out here but try not to repeat the same words all over again so that the poem will beautify. That is all. Good job!

-General

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on February 9, 2010
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Yani De Los Reyes
Yani De Los Reyes

Quezon City, National Capital Region, Philippines



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I'm a 12 year old girl turning 13 after 3 more months. I'm a person just like you. Ordinary yet special in the eyes of the Creator. Making Art is my passion and writing is one of my most favorites. An.. more..

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