Poetry: Hate Admonished

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Hate admonished; turned to love

Hate admonished; turned to love

Hate Admonished

Hate shall not consume me Ever shall I firmly put it behind me,  abandoned; Walking upon  shadows, following, Tracing every footstep, Yet shall I deny hate reason or satisfaction Heap scorn upon all hate Born on the wisp of fear Dare the soul, yet speak And call it's name; Call it nothing; Consider the nothingness, The emptiness of hate admonished; see the work of fools, And turn the wisp to love.

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2 Responses to Poetry: Hate Admonished

  1. Beautiful words, Ray! I choose love over hate – and it IS a choice!! Wonderful to read your new poem, dear friend

  2. Christyb, coming from a genuine poet, that is a great compliment, much appreciated “:) Thank you so much, and yes, it is a choice we make every day. “:) ~R

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