Your Inner Roar

Your Inner Roar

A Poem by Ezekiel Silver

Year poem was written: 2014


      An anger has cut deep like a large knife,

          one that was stitched over by flesh.

      It has remained enclosed within your very being,

          festering like a toxic tumor.

     You try to hide it with a mask of control,

          hoping to appear calm.

     But inside you have a rabid lion locked up,

          waiting to burst free.

     You give all you desperately can to contain this,

          your inner roar.

© 2014 Ezekiel Silver

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Added on September 3, 2014
Last Updated on September 3, 2014


Ezekiel Silver
Ezekiel Silver

Nampa , ID

I'm just a lonely young man who's recently graduated high school hoping to make a difference in people's lives with my work. Also, Ezekiel Silver is not my real name but one of two pen names I made. more..