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How do you calm the stormy seas
How do you silence a swarm of bees
That bubbling, boiling, raging mind
Broth of anger, one of a kind

How do you quell, a thousand erotemes
And yet not descend into extremes?
How do you soothe, that lava flowing
And keep your brittle mind from blowing?

How do you ply that insipid balm
That crack, that sizzle upon that palm
Crinkled forehead, burning shame
Rage, that rage, how will you tame?

For moonlit nights, no more bring peace
Furious, tempestuous, unwilling to bend,
Try as I might, my mind to fleece
This loneliness brings wrath, unwilling to end