A Poem by Charlie G.
Rev. Charlie G. is an interfaith minister from Maine who has been living with HIV/AIDS for over 20 years.
Where did the anger go?
"I'm going to kill him"
The political anger that questioned
The anger dissipates and weakens over time
But the flow of anger never totally dries up,
Time to speak out every day
Time to make yesterday's anger today's
This article was provided by 2011 Poetry Month at TheBody.com.
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