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Anxiety Acrostic Poems

These Anxiety Acrostic poems are examples of Acrostic poems about Anxiety. These are the best examples of Acrostic Anxiety poems written by international poets.


That kinda Day
ONE

I did go to 5am prayers, with flashlight, and at 4:30 

Felt remorse for my faults, as neighbor, leader, pastor ...
Even prayed for my enemies...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allusion, anxiety, bullying, city,



Imperfect Patience
Please move
Allow me to get by
Take your time ladies and gentlemen, really
Is there another way we can all get some help? 
Everyone please take a...

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Categories: anxiety,

Premium Member Everyday Is A Cliffhanger
Each book in my library must be read, each one, each and every one,
vagrant, homeless papers must find a forever home, I must
edit, amend, revise,...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: life,

Despair
Sometimes I don't want to get out of bed. 
Not because I'm tired or have to go to work.
Sometimes I can't get out of bed....

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Categories: anger, anxiety, cry, depression,

Premium Member GOODBYE TO WORRY
Gratitude for saying farewell to disquiet
Obstacles faced for years from sorrow-
Opulent magnetism because I feared
Death would lament my heart again;
But I saw my medallion horizon...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, inspiration, new year,



Premium Member Deep End
Grasp hold of the ladder - look out!  Loose rung.
Raining hard.  Have to hold on - terrified.
Ever so slowly, shaking still ....
Attacked at...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, anxiety, confusion, dark,

Rosetan People
R Roseta is famous now, Italian town, beautifully "backward"
O Okinawa, Japan, shared health wonders with Roseta 
S Science proves both sides: Lonely folks "smoke" 15...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, community, health, heart,

Short Shrift
K-eep giving short shrift to throe, 
E-vade the zone of stress; 
N-ever pay any attention
T-o sorrow and sadness.

E-agerly give short shrift to woe, 
S-tay away...

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Categories: birthday,

FORK
FORK
Fear casts a lingering shadow
On My vision of life stretching
Reverberating anxiety boiling in the
Kettles of My heart....

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Categories: anxiety, blue, conflict, dark,

Premium Member Spider
Spine chilling
Predatory
Intrusive
Diabolical
Existing
Revolting creature



My inspiration for this poem is the huge spider I just saw outside on my garage door while I was out with my...

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Categories: anxiety, fear, scary,

Premium Member MANIC LID PROWLING HUNTING TREE CLIMBING KAT-
be                        ...

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Categories: analogy, animal, anxiety, cat,

Premium Member The Fire Rages On


The Amazon jungle is on fire, and because of
Hot dry weather fueling the flames, 
Earth's lungs are burning out of control.

Fires number in the tens...

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Categories: 10th grade, angst, anxiety,

Stranglehold
Stranglehold; 
The tough grip around that
Restrict movement and results
Asphyxiation!  
Narrowing the group 
Great possibility to 
Limit and tighten activities and
Execution!
Hold on attention, 
Overpower,
Lofty perch...

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Categories: anxiety, confusion, pride, success,

Bad Habits
Bad habits do they ever stay away 
All strong efforts made to quit may sway
Deeper it seeps into dark pores
Hovering as a mole with thick...

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Categories: anxiety, dark, depression, health,

Goliath
G is for the giant, almost ten feet tall.

O is for oppression from this Phillistine.

L is for looks of disdain given David.

I is for Israel,...

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Categories: 11th grade, anxiety, pride,

Could Be
Could be Hastings Street, 
or Lenox Avenue. 
Could be 18th and Vine 
And still be true. 

Could be 5th and Mound, 
Could be Rampart:
When you...

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Categories: anxiety, cry, imagination,

Can't Take My Pride
Days until ‘Pride’ fast approaching,
On the phone with mom, she said;
Not to make myself a target by going,
That she doesn’t wish her daughter dead.

Better yet,...

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Categories: pride,

Mary Magdalene
Master, teacher, and deliverer is what Jesus was to me
And, thanks to him, never again do I have to feel unclean
Real love and compassion is...

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Categories: easter,

CATALYST 4
Can we change directions late on in life? 
After living our life in a cotton wool world?
There comes changes in the way we think
Asking you...

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Categories: anxiety, change, conflict, hope,

Violence
Voracious beasts I freely call them,
Indigenous or rather covenant leaders,
Observing our steps just to stab us behind,
Leaving us to suffer in peace,
Envying the poor man's...

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Categories: 2nd grade, absence, abuse,