Hate Poems

Hate Poems

I Hate You Poems

Hate is a deep feeling. It can spring up in a person if they are neglected, mistreated, or abused for long periods of time. Hate can turn us against someone. It can cause us to deny them forgiveness. It shouldn't be allowed to well up in a heart without good reason, because it is almost impossible to erase. If you hate someone, or you simply hate their actions, remember that hatred doesn't heal hatred. Only love can do that. We can become better people by refusing to become the things we hate.

14 Poems about Hating Someone You Love

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  1. 1. My Rage

    I have been abused like any other child out there has. It makes no difference, Abuse is Abuse! That's how I've learned to be respected by others. So do not judge me for what I've done in my past. Everyone makes mistakes and I have truly learned from mine..... Have You?

    • By Lorilei Brown
    • Published by Family Friend Poems September 2013 with permission of the Author.

    During my childhood I was badly abused
    and as I grew older, I became the accused.

    The beating I took came straight from dad,

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    Hi, my name is Lisa. This poem really touched my heart in more ways than I'm even able to say. It brought back so many bad memories that I have tucked away for a long time. Sometimes I wonder...

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  3. 2. Love Hate

    I wrote this poem when struggling with being in love with someone and not really enjoying how it changed my thought process and influenced my actions.

    • By David Charlton
    • Published by Family Friend Poems March 2015 with permission of the Author.

    Of all the emotions a person can feel,
    Love is scariest and hardest to heal.
    Excitement and mystery impossible to resist.
    Promises of magic perpetually persist.

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  5. 3. Walking Around

    "Walking Around" by Pablo Neruda delves into the disquieting thoughts of the speaker, exploring their disillusionment with life and a profound desire to break free from societal constraints. Through vivid imagery and metaphor, Neruda uses the repetitious line "It so happens I am sick of being a man" to create a rhythmic structure that emphasizes the speaker's growing discontent. The poem also employs contrasting imagery, such as the juxtaposition of a "swan made of felt" and "water of wombs and ashes," to evoke a sense of emotional and existential turmoil. Neruda's use of surreal and unsettling scenes, like wanting to "terrify a law clerk with a cut lily" or "kill a nun with a blow on the ear," further contributes to the poem's dark and introspective tone. The poem's vivid language and exploration of existential themes make it a thought-provoking piece that invites readers to reflect on the complexities of human existence.

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    It so happens I am sick of being a man.
    And it happens that I walk into tailorshops and movie houses
    dried up, waterproof, like a swan made of felt
    steering my way in a water of wombs and ashes.

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    • Rating 5.00
  6. 4. Mirror, Mirror

    When you walk past a mirror and feel the need to cry...

    • By Ellie B. Ross
    • Published by Family Friend Poems January 2018 with permission of the Author.

    Mirror, Mirror, on the wall,
    Why aren't I thin, pretty, or tall?
    Why don't you show the perfect me?
    The one that everyone pretends to be.

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  7. 5. Love And Hate

    This poem is a way to show my daughter the way you can show love and the way you can send hate packing. For me, I have a hard time shutting my brain down. I overthink, so writing poems helps me stop overthinking. I never really thought about sharing them. This poem I wrote in the late 80s or early 90s.

    • By Debra D. Hines
    • Published by Family Friend Poems August 2019 with permission of the Author.

    If Love is a dream,
    then I shall always dream.
    If Love is an earthquake,
    then let it shake me.

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    The conflict between love and hate is beautifully brought out. It is said that love and hate are like the two sides of a coin which remain so close to each other. This reminds me of the poems...

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  8. 6. Hating You Sweetly

    The poem that you read, or are about to read, I wrote specifically for my best friend. My friend went through a tough time with a guy and he used her in a way, but he also wanted to be serious; it's complicated. She still likes him, but she looks at him and cannot read his emotions. She senses that he wants her back, but she's not sure. I wrote her this poem to have her emotions in some way written down. It was also something for her to keep to show that I care about her. Thank you for reading:)

    • By Alisea T.
    • Published by Family Friend Poems March 2015 with permission of the Author.

    I looked for a word to say,
    but could not find one that day.

    I wished for a word that would stay in your heart,

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    Exactly where I am. I hate and love him so deeply at the same time. It's killing me that he shows no remorse for hurting me. He refuses to acknowledge or even try to rectify my pain. It hurts...

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  9. 7. Forever Changed

    This is a story of what happened to me. Ever since I started writing about it, things have gotten a lot easier and are much more clear to see. Still, because of this, I have been forever changed.

    • By Danielle
    • Published by Family Friend Poems April 2009 with permission of the Author.

    I heard the footsteps coming and I knew this would be another long night,
    And something inside me screamed this time it really isn't right.
    The words he was saying were ruthless and cruel,
    And each time he hit me, I sat there and obeyed each and every rule.

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    As I read your poem, I can't come up with words to explain how good it is. I was 4-5 years old when my father forced himself on me the first time. I was so scared because my mom was in jail...

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  10. 8. A Mother's Pain

    My Daughter was molested by my brother. She held this secret inside for years. She recently came out with the truth. I love her so much. I pray and hope every day gets better for her.

    • By Lynda
    • Published by Family Friend Poems December 2007 with permission of the Author.

    She looked up to you.
    I did to.
    I told her you were a good role model.
    Over and over I did.

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    I'm so sorry that your brother betrayed your trust like that. I love my brother so much and could never imagine something like that happening to me. But I do know what it's like to be...

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  11. 9. My Father Is My Enemy

    Dedicated to every child out there who has been left out by their father. No matter what your dad may do, no matter how bad it hurts, remember that there is such thing as karma, and karma will bite them hard in the long run. Be strong and always be prepared for the day where they will come back and beg you for forgiveness.

    • By Tanya
    • Published by Family Friend Poems October 2012 with permission of the Author.

    If this is who you really are, then I want you far...
    If this is what a father is, then I never want one...
    You abandon me in my time of need,
    Left me with nothing to eat...

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    I too hate my dad. My dad abandoned my family many years ago. I don't want his love. He came back home a year ago promising us a good life, but he lied. He often beats my mum, which I can't...

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  12. 10. My Hate For You Will Never Fade

    A family "friend" molested me over and over for about a year when I was 11 years old. I did the right thing and put him in jail, once I gathered myself and got the strength. I wrote this to do the only thing I could do--to set myself free...others should do the same.

    • By Marie
    • Published by Family Friend Poems June 2014 with permission of the Author.

    The things you did to me
    Took away what made me free.
    I was a prisoner to you, locked in a chain.
    You played me, like a puzzle piece in a game.

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  13. 11. You're Not My Father

    A girl vents her anger at her father who is not present in her life.

    • By Kristin K. Hudson
    • Published by Family Friend Poems November 2006 with permission of the Author.

    To have your last name
    makes me ill.
    You make me so angry
    I want to kill!

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    I'm so glad I was able to find my poem again after so long. Thank you for everyone's kind words. In 2012, my maternal older brother paid for my father’s bus ticket to spend a week where I...

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  14. 12. Little Glass Bottle

    I have struggled with my hate for most of my life. Just when I become happy again, it just hits me harder. Most days I put on a smile and try to be strong. Fake it till you make it, right?

    • By Ally Flouhouse
    • Published by Family Friend Poems September 2015 with permission of the Author.

    The words flow out,
    My blood on a page
    I'll just sit here,
    Drowning in rage.

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    • Stories 1
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    • Rating 4.36
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    I hate the lies
    I hate the tears
    I hate the screaming
    I hate my past
    I hate what you did
    I hate you.

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  15. 13. Without You

    • By Cameron Lund
    • Published by Family Friend Poems October 2009 with permission of the Author.

    I HATE being patient, but I've got more of it than anyone else I know.
    I HATE having to put myself aside for something else,
    but I care enough to do it.
    I find myself filled with a lot of that lately...this...hate...

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    • Stories 3
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    • Rating 4.31
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    When I was little my parents got divorced. Then from there my brother and sister began to fight with each other. Then with my dad, too. I hated it. What they did. Then my brother died. He was...

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  16. 14. Indescribable

    I'm fine now. This is just what I remember.

    • By Mack
    • Published by Family Friend Poems October 2015 with permission of the Author.

    The burning hate,
    so severe, everlasting,
    the hate you take every day,
    that you absorb,

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    • Stories 1
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    • Favorited 13
    • Votes 52
    • Rating 3.98
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    I am very touched by this poem . I have favored it and I will show it to others if asked about depression. Thank you!

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