Angry Poems about Family

Poems Expressing Anger

Anger is a human emotion that we all feel at one time or another. It is not the feeling that is problematic, rather it is our lack of knowledge of how to express anger which leads to so much sadness. In a family unit there is bound to be many times when one member is angry at another. How the individual chooses to express this feeling makes all the difference. When anger is repressed it tends to leak out into all aspects of the relationship. Learning how to communicate effectively when you feel angry with another is the key to happy relationships.

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You Missed Out
  • By Allyssa
  • Published: November 2009
Always My Father But Never My Dad

I'm sorry you missed out when I went to school for the first time,
And you didn't have me tell you that you were all mine.
I'm sorry you weren't there to take me to the mall,
And you weren't there to tell me I have to stand tall.

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I'm 14 years old right now. My dad is currently in jail. My brother told me he'll be there for at least 3 years. I just don't understand. My dad, too, had a father who brought pain to him, so...

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Poem By Child Betrayed By His Mother
  • By Krystal A. Bayer
  • Published: February 2006
Dear Mom

Dear Mom,
You said you'd always be there
But you're nowhere to be found
I can't believe you left me...

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My story starts when my mom let our step-dad mentally abuse me, beat my older sister and molest my younger sister. I had a nervous breakdown at age 15. My mother lives life in compete mode....

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Poem About Broken Relationship With Mom
  • By Taryn
  • Published: April 2009
How Do You Call Yourself A Mom?

Looking in your eyes
Tells me something's wrong
Never began to realize
You've neglected for so long....

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I have been in foster care for 6 years and it's really sad to have this feeling, because ever since I was 8 my mother seemed to not care about her family anymore. My mom has a boyfriend and...

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Not Getting Love From Mother
I Needed You

When I was sad and depressed,
I needed you to be cheer me up.
Instead I drank till I was numb enough not to feel anything.
...

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With my mom, I never know what's going to happen. I feel that in her world darker people don't matter. My little brother and I have different dads and he is lighter than me. To me, he's a...

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Poem About a Father Leaving
  • By Jessica Farley
  • Published: February 2006
My Father Left Me Behind

Leaving behind others to take your place,
Carrying on your name, walking around with your face,
Knowing you got left behind,
Wondering what's on my father's mind....

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I'm 13 years old. My dad left me about 2 years ago, and yet it still feels like yesterday. I have a hole in my heart that I can't fill, no matter how hard I try. A part of me wishes he would...

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Poem About a Miserable Life
  • By Katrina Randklev
  • Published: February 2011
Dear Mom

Standing in self-hatred,
drowning in my tears.
Looking back on my life,
what I've been through the past 18 years....

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This poem deeply touched me, because I can completely relate to it. I have always lived in my brother's shadow, and most times, I wonder if my mom ever even cares or listens to me. This poem,...

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Poem About Bad Parents
Tell Me

Tell me how to love someone
who doesn't love me back.

Tell me how to respect someone ...

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I thought of you today. I looked for your car, I looked for something that's not gonna happen. I miss you more and more every day, but I know I'm better off without you, but my heart just...

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The Abuse Will Stop
  • By Nita
  • Published: November 2007
Set Her Free

Why do you do this to her?
Why do you make her cry and hide her fears so deep inside?
Is she not beautiful enough or does she not have enough wit or charm?
Why is that you make her feel like a dog that you have chained to the tree and trained to answer only at your beck and call? ...

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you seem so hurt by the way you are expressing your emotions. it seems your family hasn't had an easy life and I deeply feel for you and your family. this poem is amazing you should really do...

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I'm Not Like You
  • By Jack Mcifco
  • Published: July 2008
Blind

You are blind
You can never see
All the anger built up in me
I hated life...

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I absolutely love this poem. It touched me like you will never know. My dad and I don't have a good relationship and never really did, and this explains perfectly what I want to do to him and...

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Daddy No Longer Wants His Little Girl Poem
  • By Carlee L. Ranger
  • Published: February 2006
Daddy Told Me

I was told I was living a lie
I was told don't bother to cry
I was told they no longer did care
I was told I love you, they did not dare...

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Great story. I always felt like this. But not from my dad. But from my mom. Sorry for the wrong spelling guys. Here, let me fix it:

Mom - Living Hell

Much better. :)

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