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Short Psychological poem by Kenneth Kerry | Details | |

Rain Falls

Rain Falls.

Short Psychological poem by arthur vaso| Details | |

I Am

Better off

Short Psychological poem by Charles Henderson| Details | |

my skin prickles

my skin prickles
no umbrella covers
what rains inside

Short Psychological poem by Boris Mezhibovskiy| Details | |


Who goes to the sea
expecting naught but water?
I certainly do.

Short Psychological poem by Boris Mezhibovskiy| Details | |


Every time I stare
at the unrelenting sun,
the abyss stares back.

Short Psychological poem by Boris Mezhibovskiy| Details | |


The sun does not give
its presents without a price.
Have I paid today?

Short Psychological poem by Ruben Hernandez Diaz| Details | |

Inversed Conviction

Blinded conviction,

Inceptions with deceptions,

Inversed repentance.

Short Psychological poem by Volodymyr Knyr| Details | |

A leek and leaking

He who eats his leek
does not let this leak.

Volodymyr Knyr

Short Psychological poem by Donna Jones| Details | |

Fool Me Once

I once was naive
many people are not good
the sun is rising

©Donna Jones

Short Psychological poem by Vanessa Bastos| Details | |


Ruth by the window;

eating an  yogurt...

it's hurts the road of memory.

Short Psychological poem by Ajani Ibrahim| Details | |


Magical minds
Tormentor of Camelot
Pure heart, noble blood

Short Psychological poem by SuriShiva Kumar| Details | |


Cradle of darkness Waxing moon glimmer of hope Harbinger full moon

Short Psychological poem by Kyle Carlson| Details | |


Thin skin
I rip it again and again 
Blood and sweat to feed the devil 
and devilish friends 

Short Psychological poem by Brian Cooper| Details | |

Bipolar Zen

Unhappy face then
   Happy face now forms again
      Zen      a transitory friend

Copyright 3/11/14

Short Psychological poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Haiku Wind

         Haiku Wind

To the ground a dive

Hawk, Squirrel struggle soar down

Sky ground merge…. end there

Short Psychological poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Psychotic Episode

One day very soon
I’m going to the moon,
Or maybe the sun;
I forget which one.
I’ll be there by noon.

Short Psychological poem by Xaysouvanh Phengphong| Details | |

Cracked Caup

The regular cup of hot water
With visible cracked line
The usefulness is still fine
Safeguard tiny value until it's over

Short Psychological poem by Kileem Al Lishmiin| Details | |

Seven Generalities of Single Adults without dependents:

1. Mortality Recognition
2. Hedonism
3. Apathy
4. Restlessness
5. Historic Amnesia
6. Recklessness/Experimentation
7. Meta-Identity

Short Psychological poem by Elizabeth-Dea Shanta| Details | |


Our ego is the culprit of all human misery.
Naive, blind to limitations and innocently gullible,
But for equality's sake everybody got one.

Short Psychological poem by Juliet Ligon| Details | |

Pain's Penmanship

           Pen hemorrhages
Rorschach ink blots reach in need
            Analyze anguish

1) Juliet Ligon

2) Philosophical

3) Old poem

Short Psychological poem by Gorlum Gorlum| Details | |

Limerick: shrinks, part 1

Once a crowd of shrinks with goatees
Tried to put their mind at ease
They tried medication 
And then meditation 
But failed to achieve their bliss

Short Psychological poem by Gorlum Gorlum| Details | |

Limerick: shrinks, part 2

Once attending professional course
Shrinks attempted to fix mind flaws
They gorged on cocaine
But primitive brain
Has failed to achieve sacred pause

Short Psychological poem by Duke Beaufort| Details | |

How to give a guy a premarital suitability exam

Before the "I do" she must choose
A man that does well in dance shoes
His psyche gives a clue
When employing step two
Ply him to the limit with booze

Short Psychological poem by Mark Halliday| Details | |

Escape to nowhere

My reality sucks.
What's the point of being sane?
....................................................................................Can't escape myself.

Short Psychological poem by Neldy Jolo| Details | |


an object that does not talk controls human
a discipline perhaps just in the mind
it is a psychological upbringing
something to be trained of following…

Short Psychological poem by Euginia Liapich| Details | |

old age nonet

Fatigueability,a wrinkled mass
Or a time for exploration
Learning, adventuring so
One discovers truth
Existential strength
Pouring in bulk – 
Masses come

Short Psychological poem by Haile Tesfaye| Details | |

The Mind

Our mind is perfectly designed
But it’s also a beast the keep us 
enslaved and Blind. Our mind is 
our master, it’s like the ocean,
with an endless wave of emotion.

Short Psychological poem by Peter Duggan| Details | |

Losing weight

Solving the weight problem

Most folk say they can’t lose weight
But me I well might this debate
Eat much less 
Walk much more
Then most will lose the weight for sure.

Short Psychological poem by David Meade| Details | |


fear, creeping towards
                             us, it's venom deadly, such 
                                                                  a relentless foe.  

Short Psychological poem by Jonathan Elliott| Details | |

The Midnight Pianist

"then they get into this....

we love the way the
sunshine through the
diamond   ring  and
real delicatto 

so, you made your $20
and grabbed your line
you end up in Bahrain

Short Psychological poem by Gorlum Gorlum| Details | |


Amigdala cells perished by apoptosis,
Sommer's sector succumbed to sclerosis,
Limbic system exists 
In drug-induced bliss...
"You are doomed-
 That's your long-term prognosis"

Short Psychological poem by Christian Guild| Details | |


The language I speak. 
O zpbr yp vpmgidr arpazr
No one understands but me. 
Pmzu o imfrtdysmd
My way to express feelings
Yjtpij tsmfpq zryyrd
Forgive me
Vpmgidom sy oyd gomrdt.

Short Psychological poem by Elizabeth-Dea Shanta| Details | |

Low self esteem

Worship or imitate others is a disservice to the self.
We're the wondrous miracle of creation, sustained by Love.
Low self esteem; in actuality is bad magic!

Short Psychological poem by Joshua Brown| Details | |

Thoughts of Thinking

I think I am a thinker, thinking every thought. Am I a thinking thinker? Thinking until the end of all thoughts, when the thinkers thoughts think themselves out of the thoughts of thinking.

Short Psychological poem by Jeffrey Lee| Details | |


A noxious stimulus 

Short Psychological poem by Don Davidson| Details | |


My mind wanders as I'm writing a free verse
What if?
A common question among all civilizations
What if things were different?
Would I be as I am today?
What if?
A simple poem turned complex.

Short Psychological poem by Noah Dugan| Details | |


Frenzy In a silent awe sat a man, hands untied, Under an abyssal spell of Electro-convulsive paroxysms But hidden from eyes of malice Encased in lunacy, A Rhythmic Peace Frenzy

Short Psychological poem by Gary Bateman| Details | |


Don't be such a bore
Spark your soul bravely alive
Your life then will soar

Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved, Schoeningen, Germany
(September 28, 2014) (Senryu poetic format)

Short Psychological poem by Verlena S. Walker | Details | |

Soda Pop

Soda Cumulus clouds Biking, running, hiking Triathlon, walk, mountain, top Drinking, bathing, fishing Sunny, torridly Pop |________________________| Penned on November 11, 2014!

Short Psychological poem by Sal Martinez| Details | |

Unobscured Fortune

To know riches

one must know nothing

After nothing is attained

conform to nothing

And at will you will be freed

to live generously

Without external reliance

on the skeptic’s form of life

Short Psychological poem by Paul Geiger| Details | |


Does such a one as he—be?
Where then is his soul?

No-one I know claims it's so—
Does he have a soul?

Will he step this way and say—
Does he own his soul?

Short Psychological poem by Bobbie Jo Price| Details | |

Fell Apart

i reached for your hand 
and you reached for my heart
in that same instant, 
we both fell apart 

fell apart into one another 
in hopes the other would be there to 
pick up the pieces 

i'm still broken 

Short Psychological poem by Ediruma Edward Eric| Details | |

The independent woman

The independent woman

Prejudiced in Eden
Scorned in time
Lame and down the pit
But still journeys West
With a vindictive heart
Swims in vileness
Reckons laughter in the pogrom
And clings to the spell of courage

Short Psychological poem by insektor Rotkesni| Details | |

Bad habits of Bad People

Living in fear so dealing in pain
Dealing in pain so existing with hate
Existing with hate so alienating others
Alienating others so not knowing love
Not knowing love so dying lonely
Dying lonely so not truly living

Short Psychological poem by Jessica Fite| Details | |


A constant friend
A great support
She only reflected the good in me

My enemies have come
Slowly my companion breaks
I begin to shatter completely

How long will I last?
You showed me only the best
Now all that reflects is hate

Short Psychological poem by simon cooper| Details | |



Deserted with his humour failing, 
Walks alone, emotions trailing,
Ripped and broken on the floor, 
A lover with a love no more.
Torn from it's cage and left in the dirt, 
His incompetent heart, 

Short Psychological poem by J.R. Dawson| Details | |

The Quit

Nicotine drips from his flesh,
Brawn tainted by addiction cries
Emotions enmesh—
Nicotine drips from his flesh,
With tobacco laden breath
The crinkle of burning paper dies 
Nicotine drips from his flesh—
Tissue, tainted by addiction cries

Short Psychological poem by Boris Mezhibovskiy| Details | |


The mighty lion
sees his own face in the pool.
Does he get frightened?

He drinks of the pool
after a meal of  fresh meat.
Is his parched throat quenched?

He lays in the shade
resting his weary eyelids.
What haunts his nightmares?

Short Psychological poem by Jason Schropp| Details | |

defeate on qutation

playing for keeps,enemy of my life long entity calling me , and me calling it infamy.
 needed not to outlast the limits pushing me and me pushing it limitlessly.
 freedom hanging limiting the throat full modern day lovely calling it golden

Short Psychological poem by Mark Halliday| Details | |

The Mirror Doesn't Delude

Who’s that old guy in the mirror?
That cannot be this young guy here!
I don’t remember growing old,
Gaining weight, and feeling the cold.
Seems that time has gotten away from me, I fear.

Mark Halliday
Reflections of a Florette

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