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Mental Poems - Poems about Mental

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ADHD Unprotected Living Openly
I spoke those words impulsively, I didn't think them through, And now I disagree with me, Knowing you do too. We analysed at the same time, simultaneously conclude, Scrutinising my own mind, disagreeing just like you. What a stupid...Read More
Categories: appreciation, mental illness, strength,
Form: Rhyme



We dream of rain III
We dream of rain And the mystery of the gun We bold hold and driven apart Kill the king when lovers depart We dream of rain and the dark arts Upon a endless sea across a infinite land A...Read More
Categories: mental, adventure, allah, allegory, animal,
Form: Free verse
Hands
I can detect your presence. In fact, I can see your residence. As you reside. By my bedside. But my hand hurts so bad. That I can not be glad. When you reach over. Even...Read More
Categories: mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Good Night Pride Part 1
Good-Night Pride/Part 1 To a moments recline, in thy angels wings do I decree that goodnight it be now summoned to be free, in three times of three. The doorway turns into thy jungle of stolen...Read More
Categories: adventure, creation, heaven, mental
Form: Free verse
an illness unseen
The world around so quick to judge They look but they don't see No inkling what goes on inside a mind in utter turmoil If only you could find that switch And turn it off for just a...Read More
Categories: judgement, meaningful, mental illness,
Form: Free verse



What I'm Feeling Now
It feels like- There is a spike. Of some chemical. Which makes my body feel like metal. There is a new heart beating. And my skin is sleeting. Like a fine ice. That will shatter, not...Read More
Categories: mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Another Prison Night
As our dreams interlock. We hope for the clock. To turn another day. So we are closer to what we pray. To not have guards that don’t care if we sleep. Each night we are...Read More
Categories: mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
ACTS OF WAR III
Act Eight, Chapter One. Part Three Part of a grander play. A house in conflict. We are mere players on this vast infinite...Read More
Categories: mental, abortion, allusion, angel, anger,
Form: Free verse
can You
My heart is breaking, can you tell? Can you see the tears that my bones spell? ...Read More
Categories: mental, grief, heartbreak, how i
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Mental Health
Hope is such a powerful four-letter word, Perhaps the most powerful ever heard. Just think of all that the word hope implies, Beautiful crystal seas and clear blue skies. The ability to remove all your doubt, Hoping everything will just...Read More
Categories: mental, anxiety, depression, encouraging, hope,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Hope
Sometimes Hope is hard to find, When we have so much on our mind. Troubling thoughts and unseen voices, Seem to take away all of our choices. Driving us to total exhaustion and doubt, Sometimes it seems like there is...Read More
Categories: hope, mental illness,
Form: Couplet
Guards
You are not guardians, but simply guards. Who turned our memories into shards. You do not provide respite. Only spite. Unlike the ones on the other end of the line. Who carried us through, just...Read More
Categories: betrayal, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Vengeance
I am scared of vengeance. From those who smirked at my innocence. I am curious about redemption. Which I hope will cure my temptation. To unravel that cage. That carries souls that feel rage. And...Read More
Categories: mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Dementia
Have you forgotten you have dementia I've been gravely expressing my feelings how you left the stove on again and again I have reminded you it's morning not night But you insist on breakfast at 11 pm the...Read More
Categories: caregiving, mental illness, recovery
Form: Blank verse
Doomed
I am a devastation. That they dropped off at the train station. My luggage was picked through. My pens and pencils, they are doomed. I must not write on the walls. I must let the...Read More
Categories: mental illness,
Form: Rhyme

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