I thought this was a very nice read!
I really enjoyed the first stanza and interpreted it that how, in the creation of poetry, it can be hard or easy, and must involve emotion (tears), and most certainly involves frustration (tossing of chairs) at points!
And impotence is a low blow, literally! Haha.
I agree through the rest of the piece, for all fights must be intended to fight well and must have the grandeur in its conclusion!!!
As a martial artist I have a slightly different attitude about fighting. With us it's supposed to be a last resort. Conversely, if you had ever read my post 'Anger Issues' you'd know I have a lot of empathy for your attitude problems. I really like this piece of yours. I love a woman who will stand up for how she feels. It's so much better than bottling it up inside. How are you ever going to achieve resolution if you don't throw a few punches, break a few chairs. Positively hostile woman, I just love it. Ha ha ha ha ha. Seriously, I almost fell out of my chair. Thanks!
PS: I looked up Roger McGough and I'm wondering what the blue meanies does he have to do with this piece???