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Poem Details | by Daljit Khankhana
Categories: education,love,relationsh

My true love

Not a day, week, month or a year, chased her non-stop.
I love her, she claimed, she has no solution of my madness,
my love is true, she said, you are boring, i feel stress,
you 've no dare to express feelings you tried me to bind with a rope,
why do i merry you, you are waste and has no hope?


Poem Details | by Deneen White
Categories: on writing and words

Fall Away


writing frees the
soul as the stress
of life falls 
     away


Poem Details | by Briana Lynn Minard-Adler
Categories: sad,me,me,

Hallucinating

Am I hallucinating?
My eyes are glazed over, people are asking
me if I am okay.
No I am not, can't you see my face twisted into knots?
Can't you see the blood in my eyes?
Can't you see this pain, this fear, this suffering,
these tears,
I cry for your love,
I just wanna listen to Miley,
go back to being quiet.
These lights and noises are making my head feel like
it's just gonna
explode, like my eyes are gonna implode,
Save me from this massacre.
Save me from this horrible selection,
I don't want to be your final last victim,
I don't want to die,
I swear I will live for today, and look at tomorrow,
and the simple days to follow.
I remembered the days where I lived for only today, and never
looked forward to tomorrow, or the next day, let
alone the next month.
Am I hallucinating?
I feel dizzy, I feel faint....
My heart is beating hard against my chest,
my veins bulging out,
My blood running hot and smooth through my body,
The blood and tears going to my brain.
The overflowing of stress and agony,
Will it ever end?
Oh, God almighty, please let it end!
It hurts so much, I cannot handle this
any longer!
Please free me of this pain,
and suddenly it stops,
a miracle maybe,
then the tears start to flow from my face, 
wondering if I really am okay.


Poem Details | by cecil hickman
Categories: business,happiness,life,p

Three Resolutions

Sell my properties
Hopefully get out of debt
Less stress in my life



note:
Maybe two out of three aint bad,,hopefully.

written for
Sponsor Tracie ~*~ Indigo Dreamweaver  
Contest Name ~New Years Resolution Haiku~ 


Poem Details | by Seren Roberts
Categories: love,

Haiku and questionku

Red lips awaiting 
natures  call to relieve stress....
Showered with loves rain


Birds and bees watching
as bodies writhe in passion....
seeds of love planted


New buds are forming
love of nature fulfilled....
Did the earth move for you too?


Poem Details | by Cyndi MacMillan
Categories: philosophy,

THIS YEAR

I’ll laugh in woe’s face

Shunning stress and give joy chase ~

Myself I’ll embrace



For Tracie's (LOL) Ghetto haiku contest, "New Year's Resolution"


Poem Details | by Daniel Cwiak
Categories: depression,health,people,

EMOTIONS


  Emotional Stress~

     A heart torn by circumstance

  All are relative...


Poem Details | by Bryce Patterson
Categories: children,family,health,pa

Summer is here

This Heat Is Intense
Causing Great Stress On The Weak
Children Are Playing


Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez
Categories: change,

WIND BLOWN HAIKUS

Humid evening
Hot air and disease;
Flu bug on parade!


Old age looks forlorn
My neighbour sits alone;
Keeps own company


Day turns to night time
Cyber sensations;
Wind blown haikus


My mother died alone
Late June last year;
Still, I see her face


Two poodle-terriers
Snoopy and Bear;
Canine matrimony


My dead father
In my mirror glimpse;
Startling son-rise!


Traffic jam scenario
Car number 5000;
Sporty impatience!


Lotus posture here
Waiting on no-thing;
Something happens


Morning Glory flowers
Climbers on the fence;
Noisy children play


Fifty floors above
Skyscraper joggers;
Evening escalates


Stranger smiles
Crowded minimart queue;
Awkward silence cut


Waiting lift crowd
Together yet alone;
Stress and strain percolate


Remember
To remember;
Happy ever after


Words cannot
Even tell enough;
Non-fat skimmed milk


Work hard
Diet plan;
Manage self-image!


Our great old man
Frail as bamboo charcoal;
May peace abide


Bright legacy
Warm harmony;
Sepia continuity


Ink my name
On rice paper;
Rain dissolves all


Not much
Not even;
Not enough


Words on electrons
Cyber storage works;
Password protected



Leon Enriquez
21 Feb 2014
Singapore


Poem Details | by Patricia Sawyer
Categories: adventure,sea,seasons

February Day-cation

juicy peach dripping
stick figures drawn in sand
gulls devour my stress
 


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