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Addict Poems - Poems about Addict

Addict Poems - Examples of all types of poems about addict to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for addict.
...Cursed at life, Count with me, Let me introduce you to my demons... Here's 1, 2 and 3. Tear me down, Build me up......Read More
Categories: addiction, dark, depression, drug,
Form: Rhyme

Sleepless Nights and Senseless Conversations
...I suck at sobriety, Even though life hasn't been that hard on me? What excuse do I have When I have all this support......Read More
Categories: addiction, drug, lost, mental
Form: Free verse
Addiction Part 2
... From all the secrets I keep And the substances I seek. The chaos is merely a symptom of the disease, Don't hate the addict, Because I plea insanity. Chronic relapses plague me, Sobriety has always been terminally temporary. I keep......Read More
Categories: addiction, anger, anxiety, crazy,
Form: Free verse
A Forever Recovering Addict me what I need. In the long term, the side effects are too much to bear. I must quit. But how? By now the addiction ravishes me. It both heals me and destroys me. That’s it, cold turkey. I quit. In the shower I crawl. To......Read More
Categories: addict, courage, forgiveness, life, moving
Form: Free verse
Look at Me it comes unknown You look away, disgusted by what you see All he asks, don’t just walk by, look at me The drug addict lost within a world, forsaken Coursing through his blood all the drugs taken Don’t take pity on me, go, just l......Read More
Categories: addiction, inspiration,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme

Who The Hell Do You Think You Are
... I’m a recovering Catholic drug fiend and addict, a drunk, a thief and ex-con, musician, writer, half assed poet, and fighter, a drifter, failed husband a......Read More
Categories: addict, character, self,
Form: Rhyme
Poem 1
...d what must be. I will go on trying my best not to visualise each day. you have left me reeling like an unfinished addict. now you want to talk on the phone write e mails. we are not friends. I don’t like you your voice your ......Read More
Categories: addict, identity,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Voiceover
... Video audio Vicarious living Voyeuristic addict Vegetatively blissed Viewer discretion, right Volume blasts to the max Vexed neighbour calls with axe P......Read More
Categories: addiction, allusion, humorous,
Form: Verse
Ocean Eco collapsing background A shooting star for true dreams Never has life been so zombie-like You are your own addict A mutant destiny Ocean’s apart odd people aside mess with her smile and ill mess with your day Like and L......Read More
Categories: abuse, addiction, desire, earth
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Of Many and My Best Two Loves
...ved it since childhood with all my might. I revel in it at the matinee or stay up loving it till late at night. An addict to great TV shows and to great movies, I am so enamored that reviews of movies every week I do. No threesome t......Read More
Categories: addict, love,
Form: Rhyme
Negative and Sad
...3/31/21 Stoner Loner An addict Always at it The chronic Still on it Can't get off it Or stop it On top of it A serious alcoholic ......Read More
Categories: addict, dark, deep, life, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Week That Was
...dangerously deranged Nancy says the orange man is to blame. It gets better... Derangement No. 2: A troubled sex addict goes on a shooting spree at a Korean massage parlour in Georgia killing 8 people. Before the police could determi......Read More
Categories: addict, america,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Charlie The Wood Chopper in strife... a widower who refused to remarry and break the matrimonial vows; what he has left now is a cocaine addict son! Charlie spends his time reading the Daily Review which is one of the newspapers free to senior citizens,......Read More
Categories: addict, courage, drug, endurance, father
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Aunt Astria
...six at her funeral. I was wrong. There were only five. She was my aunt, but I was not one of them. She was a cocaine addict, bent on one thing – her drug of choice. She looked one hundred and four. She was sixty-eight. She had mean ......Read More
Categories: addict, drug,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member God Bless the USA
... I smoked a pack of Marlboros Every day, left butts smoldering In dirty, smelly ashtrays The nicotine addiction compelled Me to quit… yet, I did not I smoked until there was only Short, spasmic breaths Left in my blac......Read More
Categories: addiction, satire, usa,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

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