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.

Poems about Hating Someone You Love

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  1. My Rage

    • By Lorilei Brown
    • Published: September 2013
    Poem About The Abused Becoming An Abuser

    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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    • Rating 4.55
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    This literally explains what happened to me as a child. I'm so sorry that you had to feel that rage.

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  3. Rage

    • By Nyomie Lynn
    • Published: April 2009
    Poem About Rage After Rape

    I lay here to night in a dark silent room,
    Feeling only pain and uncontrollable gloom.
    Pictures of the blood flash in my head,
    Pictures of you laying on the floor dead.

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    • Rating 4.48
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    Krista, I think this fear you have will take you nowhere. Rape is a crime, and the criminal needs to be punished. I am nobody to give you advice, but I just want you to think about it. If he...

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  4. Prisioner Of Life

    Sitting alone in the dark corner.
    Knees against my chest, head in my hands.
    Watching the tears run from eye to floor.
    Happiness left my soul, now so dark and cold....

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    • Rating 4.46
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    This was... very psychotic. But I felt the same way once. However, the rage I felt was not because of abuse, but because I was a puppet in some woman's life. That woman was my mother. She...

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  6. My Hate For You Will Never Fade

    Hatred Towards Molester

    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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    • Rating 4.44
  7. My Father Is My Enemy

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

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    • Votes 545
    • Rating 4.41
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    My name is Brynn Beckwith. I'm just a 16 year old boy from Arkansas. Unlike you, I don't have a story. I was never abused, I was never hurt like you were. I was bullied, but I don't think...

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  8. Hands

    • By Erick Humphrey
    • Published: May 2008
    We Can Change

    In desperation I search, trying to find myself I look.
    I search and search, for my heart is lost I search.
    Too scared to run too scared to move.
    Paralyzed by pain and fear I search....

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    • Votes 198
    • Rating 4.40
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    Dedicated to every child out there that 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...

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  10. Without You

    • By Cameron Lund
    • Published: October 2009

    I HATE being patient, but I've got more of it than anyone else I know
    I HATE having to put my self 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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    • Shares 209
    • Favorited 34
    • Votes 445
    • Rating 4.33
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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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  11. You Better Be Ready For Me

    Hey you! Yeah, I'm talking to you, "Dad"!
    Where were you when I needed you the most in my life?
    You were never at my side,
    You just wanted a carefree life....

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    • Votes 160
    • Rating 4.32
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    I can relate to this, not because of my dad but my mom. My mom left me 3 months after I was born for some European guy, and I have never seen her since. My mother has had (so far) 4 boys and...

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  12. Mirror, Mirror

    • By Ellie B. Ross
    • Published: January 16, 2018
    Looking Through The Mirror

    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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    • Rating 4.31
  13. You're Not My Father

    • By Kristin K. Hudson
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Hatred Toward Father

    To have you last name
    makes me ill
    you make me so angry
    I want to kill!

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    My father left me when I was 3 months, and I found him when I was 12 years. I thought he was happy by seeing me this much older, but he was pretending as if he was happy until he disappeared...

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