Angry Love Poems – Poems About Anger and Hate

Sometimes, when you have a bad fight with your girlfriend (or even go as far as to break up with her), your feelings for her stay strong.

Angry Love Poems

And if you still love her, you’ll then do whatever you can to try to get your girl back.

If you want to know how to get your ex back or calm your current girlfriend down, remember that, when it comes to sweeping someone back off their feet, it’s more often the smallest things that count.

In fact, sending romantic love poems you picked for her is a great way to let a woman know you’re sorry for messing up and are really, indeed in love with her.

Angry Love

I love you when you’re mad.
Take out completly your anger.
Just please don’t frown and be sad.
Your tears i can never handle.

Push me, hit me don’t worry.
Scream release the stress.
You turn me on cause you’re my one&only.
You make me want to hold you, kiss you, take off your dress.

Be mad at me but donr ever leave.
I wont fuction right without you.
I will never hurt your heart&soul, in me believe.
Since i saw you i knew for life i want you.

Forgive me if i am not always wise& calm.
Sometimes life’s trouble carries me away.
But you always make me feel better, feed me wisdom.
You add colors to my dark world every single day.
– Poem by Anthony Fiji

When We

When all we hear are the empty promises and lies
That leave behind broken hearts and shattered lives,
When trust is gone and hope is lost,
What are we fighting for and who really pays the cost?
When you tell us you’re sorry but you do it again,
Why do we believe you, why do we keep giving in?
When we finally realize we made a mistake,
It’s too late, we’ve sealed our fate.
– Poem by Dana Schwartz

I’m Done

I’ve cried too much over boys.
I’m done crying.

I’ve given my all to the boys I’ve loved.
I’m done giving.

I’ve tried to make relationships work too much.
I’m done trying.

I’ve trusted all of my boyfriends too much.
I’m done trusting.

If I’m done with all of these things,
Then what’s the point?

What’s the point of crying, giving, trying, and trusting
If it’s going to hurt me in the end?

There is no point,
So I’m done.
I’m done trying to make them happy
Because they never try
And do the same for me.
– Poem by Caitlyn R. Rich

Getting Over You

I’m sitting here trying to get over you.
Let’s get one thing straight; I’m only 19 and tried to run away
Because I was so hurt and didn’t know what to do.
I was lost and it was all because of you.
I gave you my heart to take care of it,
But all you ever did was break it.
Now I’m sitting here trying to get out of this mess.
If you got something to say, save it,
Because all you’re doing is wasting your breath.
I’m sitting here trying to get you out of my head.
You’re wasting my time, so there’s nothing else to be said.
– Poem by Ida Lester

This Time You Cannot Stay

Said you are a new changed man, asking me to take you back.
When you left me, love and passion were what you lacked.

You walked away, leaving me with a bleeding wound so many times before.
I was a fool to let your foolish scheme be ignored.

Remembering the times you discredited me and made me feel so small.
I forgave you from your saddened tears, hoping you were done with it all.

Said you could rebuild my shattered self-worth and my bleeding heart.
I looked into your persuasive eyes, knowing you were still playing the part.

My love for you has died and withered away. This time you cannot stay.
My heart no longer feels sadness or loneliness as you walk away.

Your lies and your foolish pride play back in my mind with an alarm alerting me.
My tarnished past with you is but a hazy memory; now I can clearly see.
– Poem by Linda M. Patino

Like a Tree in the Desert

Prick me with your vivid green awareness
Let the white pins that needle me
Diminish into their foggy sham

The bridal wreath that scented our commitment
Now doused in unkept hopes and promises
Moss sprouting venom from hurts battled

Like a fish floating in space with no oxygen
I swam in currents without you
The tank occupied with endless dark clouds

Fraught with fear and loneliness
Love now submerged deep in the recess of my mind
Unclear what is sacred what is trash

I prayed you would see the light
That my white knight would return
This battle is fierce and yours to fight
– Poem by Carol B

Hidden in the Rain

She has faced the ghosts from her past.
Traveled beyond the razor’s edge.
She is haunted by shame’s overcast.

Once engulfed in misery’s darkness.
Blame it on insecurity.
Storms of emotion, she tries to repress.

She hides her tears in the rain.
Angry cries are muffled by thunder.
The wind blows away her pain.

A man’s lust was disguised as love.
She was misled by impatience.
Her soul is cleansed by water from above.

She wandered into the light & found protection.
A discharge of hope revived her spirit.
Now, she can withstand bites of deception.

She hides her tears in the rain.
Angry cries are muffled by thunder.
The wind blows away her pain.
– Poem by Wendy White

Angry Poems are important because they tell us clearly that anger can only serve to harm you or another person; anger never solves or resolves a problem, issue, or concern.

To make anger a companion is to erode the nature of love, that of understanding and mechanisms of compromise. To be within the destructive forces of anger means a life that is full of bitterness, and negativity with nothing to show that is worthy or good.

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