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Tanka Hate Poems | Tanka Poems About Hate

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Hate's human folly—
A most tragic emotion,
A sign of despair . . . 
       It splits people asunder . . . 
Brings sadness and wounds the soul!

Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved, 
Schoeningen, Germany (November 19, 2014)
(Tanka poetic format)

Copyright © Gary Bateman

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Why Does She Hate Me

Unconscionable She attacks my weak ego My sure existence I hurt with ultimate pain Crushing my very being She destroys my peace All which brings pleasure to me Sure does falter here I don’t know her reasoning For my love is hers alone
Russell Sivey

Copyright © Russell Sivey

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Toe to Toe

They stand toe to toe
Neither will give up their ground
A battle for fools
For they both possess great strength
One will be destroyed today
The winner receives no prize
The blood screams out from his hands
For him there's no sleep
Glassy eyes peer from the dark
Brother dead on ground

Trying out Harry Horsman's toe to toe tanka.

Copyright © Richard Lamoureux

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Love and Hate

They say love and hate

    Closest thing to each other

        Who are they that say

            Rather be alone with love

               Than coupled along with hate...

Copyright © Sharon Ruebel

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There are two visions 
The irresponsible bygone
And the impending  
Together they disappoint…big 
As we just live in the now. 

Violent young men 
Use the religion of Islam 
To commit misdeed

Copyright © jan oskar hansen

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tears of hate

I cry tears of hate
as i weap under the moon
no one ccan help me
the pain inside hurts to much
to be touched by even love

Copyright © Bri Brown

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Curse of Hate

The witches held men Up against the wall of pain Where they are shackled To take the brunt of the curse Leaving them helpless to hate They will infect more Of their own people in town Creating hate throughout The townsfolk fear their return How they will spread hate around Death sure soon follows To kill the many lost ones The curse will live on Through the few that were taken Where Halloween brought a curse
Russell Sivey

Copyright © Russell Sivey

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poor wounded child -
they did something bad to you
and it caused you pain
but you let them have your life 
so - now - who is it you hate?

Copyright © Victoria Oliver