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Painted Brain | Hate By Daniel William Concharty
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  • April 19, 2017

Hate by Daniel William Concharty


Hate steals the ink from my pen and only four letter words

express its disdain.

A stain on the parchment that goes down in history.

And at the Smithsonian I learned the language that speaks

the horrors in my heart and behind its plexiglass there’s

no one and no bullet that can ever hurt me again.


Thank you for sharing your poem Daniel!  Discussing loneliness, anxiety disorder, anger, and emotions in general are so important to discuss and art is a great way to express them.


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