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Addiction Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Heave-Ho Gershon Wolf Senryu addiction, drink,
Adam on Fresco Maurice Rigoler Light Verse addiction, art,
Letter To Earth's Sons Kanu Ekpezu Lyric addiction, africa, america, peace,
Ordinary Woman Kanu Ekpezu Lyric 9th grade, addiction, allusion,
Your Smile Is A Light Kanu Ekpezu Lyric addiction, africa, angel, art,
Lost love Dan Rennick Verse addiction, break up, depression,
Silence Sam Villegas Free verse addiction, anxiety, confusion, death,
ACCEPTING REALITY Bester Okwatsa Verse addiction, anxiety, life, longing,
Premium Member Poem You're My Drug John Crowe Rhyme addiction, drug, life, love,
Premium Member Poem NEVER MIND THE PAIN James Edward Lee Sr. Alliteration addiction, analogy, pain,
Dragons Pat Harris Ballade addiction,
Talking with Joyce Kurt Ravidas Rhyme addiction, death, literature,
Dancin' on a Pole Robert OBrien Classicism addiction, allusion, crazy, dance,
No Place Keshan Govender I do not know? absence, addiction, deep, depression,
No One's Fault Troy Toney Rhyme addiction, anger, break up,
Premium Member Poem Remote John Crowe Rhyme addiction, depression, fun, love,
A tale of two families David Smith Narrative addiction, anger, betrayal, blue,
Premium Member Poem People lovin time Kale Brereton Free verse addiction, appreciation, career, community,
Refuge edward johnson Free verse 6th grade, addiction, best
The Art of a Despot Adam Kinsley Free verse addiction, allegory, loneliness, metaphor,
Premium Member Poem Loyalty in a bottle douglas pederson Rhyme addiction,
Hobbies revisited David Smith Verse addiction, appreciation, beauty, blessing,
The Red In My Eyes Is From The Rose That I Missed M.P. Shaudd Lyric addiction, angst, depression, emotions,
Caressing Beauty Kyle N. Sampson I do not know? addiction, allusion, art,
Addiction Pailey Gordon Cinquain 10th grade, addiction,
OPPRESSION MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA Rhyme addiction, africa, analogy,
I owe my Doctor Big Time David Smith I do not know? addiction, age, appreciation, blessing,
Premium Member Poem Abide Charles Coon Blitz addiction, encouraging, i am,
An Addicts Lone Thought kenneth brenner Rhyme addiction, deep, emotions, how
Moderate Debauchery, Part III David Welch Narrative addiction, celebrity, endurance, music,
Moderate Debauchery, Part II David Welch Narrative addiction, celebrity, endurance, music,
Moderate Debauchery, Part I David Welch Narrative addiction, celebrity, endurance, music,
Addict Just Dylan Free verse addiction, conflict, desire, devotion,
Here's to me Paul Gerwin Light Verse addiction, drink, drug, health,
Left Alone Justin Worthy Bio addiction, deep, depression, god,
Cruel Punishment Kylie McGrenera Free verse absence, abuse, addiction, angst,
Premium Member Poem HE'S SMOKIN' JAN ALLISON Epitaph addiction, death, humorous,
Ecstasy Beauty In Poetry Couplet abuse, addiction, drug,
the burden of a king jan oskar hansen Blank verse addiction, analogy, animal,
Look up aditi sheemar Verse addiction, freedom,
Gram girl Alex Roberson I do not know? addiction, parody, social,
Love destructive Just Dylan Rhyme addiction, anger, corruption, how
Deadly Affliction Brandie Osborn I do not know? addiction, anger, anxiety, death,
Premium Member Poem NIGHT GRAVE VISIT- - James Edward Lee Sr. Rhyme addiction, analogy, dark, death,
My addiction To You Rebecca Campbell Rhyme addiction,
lucky numbers blues jake aller Quatrain addiction, games, lost,
Design Vegter Papyrus Monoku addiction, angel,
AMPHETAMINE OF CHOICE Ann Gilmour Rhyme addiction, drug, uplifting,
April 7th Coffee Poems jake aller Quatrain abuse, addiction,
Three pink pills allen beilschmidt sr. I do not know? addiction,

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Addiction Poems. Above are examples of poems about addiction. This list of addiction poems is composed of the works of modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of addiction poetry. This list of works about addiction is an excellent resource for examples on how to write addiction poems.

Addiction Poem Example

Social Media - Life of a Teen

Every day I go on Facebook to check on my wall, I just stare and wonder if I even know you people at all. 
I go on Twitter to tweet a tweet, then on Instagram to share a random picture of my feet.
I post just about the most ridiculous things, including what I wear and what I eat.
I can't stand my page being blank and white, so I come up with a funny story, whenever I can't think of anything else to write.
If I'm really bored I might check out someone else's page instead, to post a rude comment about something they said.
I don't hang out with a lot of friends, but according to the internet, I have over a hundred and ten!
This is everyone's routine day by day, as we check posts, and secretly call each other names as we pass in the hallway. 
We no longer have genuine compassion; instead we get straight to the point, something I like to call bashing.
We think it's normal to yell "Amy's having a baby and Mark is going crazy!"
Texting is another great hobby, I just got a message calling Amy a ****, and Mark's girlfriend a complete nut.
We call this our way to connect, but society is turning into a wreck.
Social media helps us to keep in touch, but I think it's the reason we haven't slept much.

Sometimes I stay on my phone till 4 in the morning, but who needs sleep anyways? 
That’s boring!
The internet is such a time consumer.
Its fast pace has even caught up to the late bloomers.
I think I’m going crazy; I can hardly go a day.
I wonder if other people are this way.
It’s such a distraction while I’m supposed to be doing homework.
But keeping up with all these statuses is already enough work.
You can find EVERYONE on Facebook!
From aunts to uncles and about a million girls named Brook.
Some people write about the most interesting things,
Including their relationships which have no strings.
Reminds me of Anita,
So easy to please, seems charming and wise, but easy for all the guys.
Meanwhile, Sammy is bullied until she sits there and cries.
Our eyes are glued to the screens that only causes affliction,
Welcome to social media, the world's latest greatest addiction.

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