Angst Prose Poems
These Angst Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Angst. These are the best examples of Prose Angst poems written by international poets.
1989 Girl All is Fine Categories: prose, angst, sad, sorrow,
1989 Girl All is Fine
All I wanted was to be loved
Do you not see that?
30 years ago I was 17
I wanted my alternative goth girl
What does it matter Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, death, depression,
What does it matter
Which words we choose to say,
When all of them
Are devoid of meaning?
And as pointless
As this poem,
And all of my poems
Back to back...
I Am Only Myself Categories: prose, angst, celebration, character, poems,
I am Only Myself
I am what I am.
I can make no pretense,
Of being anything else.
You must accept or shun me, as I am.
I am what...
Deaf Love Categories: prose, how i feel, lost
She always whispered
Loving words to him
Words which would
Never ever hint
Her pains, her angst,
Her simmering anger
Her holding back
And, maybe, all her worries
She just wanted to...
I called Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, angst, boyfriend,
I called but you did not answer me,
You spoke a language I did not understand.
I reached for you and we touched fingertips,
Then swiftly you...
Cutting the Surfaces Categories: prose, allusion, anger, angst, anxiety,
Rain through the trees
and the wind makes horizontal
waves of drops. Near where I stand, little
seas have formed that drown the
10 Seconds After the mental storm Categories: prose, allegory, angst, depression, hope,
There was not a break in the clouds,
there was no sky, there was no hope.
the lowest region and the darkest.
the farthest from the sky.
Is Death The Meaning Of Life Categories: allusion, angst, atheist, faith,
It seems appropriate this Easter Sunday [4/21/19] as I write this to ask THE question humans have asked since we developed our unique-- to the...
The Fall Categories: prose, angst, anniversary, faith, forgiveness,
On the anniversary Adam coaxed Eve,
complaining, distracted, to the clearing
for the invented ritual.
He had been uneasy since,
repeating actions in certain ways as if,
Lucylastic Categories: prose, addiction, angst, death, drug,
he stole the corner.
booted it hard.
her eyes maniac
body barely beating
staring straight ahead.
thinking hard for a way out
the inertia carries her...
Workingman's world Categories: prose, angst, freedom, political, symbolism,
In an ahistorical fog:
all the Ways home,
all the signposts,
by greedy men and women:
all eyes off the ball:
mere contemptible bourgeois folly.
The rain is unending,
Ode to a Dead Black Rat Categories: prose, allegory, angst, animal, crazy,
Laying on your stomach in the grass.
Looking so alive by the ant-hill;
Nothing Categories: prose, angst, blue, character, friend,
You mean n-o-t-h-i-n-g , nothing?
Does anyone know you’re here?
And if they ask me?
Look Deeper Categories: angst, character, christian, depression,
You think me strong.
But I am not; nor ever have I been.
I have known success, but only that;
Which comes with standing by your dreams.
The Complainer Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, care, character,
I got a bum kneel; and the pain like fiery fingers
Plunges through it when I walk.
People say I'm lucky, that I could have arthritis...
Like those still waters Categories: prose, angst, friendship, loneliness, society,
still running deep:
like the calm before the storm:
like glittering veins of fool's gold,
a mirage beneath the desert sun:
Bury The Baby Categories: prose, 11th grade, angst, my
The sky and the ground have given you this body and you have destroyed it! The stars and the moon have sacrificed themselves for you...
On My Blindness Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, conflict, confusion,
On My Blindness
I'm going blind;
Blind from picking roses in the graveyard.
Blind from being what I'm not.
Blind from being what I am.
I am losing my sight;
The Thief Categories: prose, angst, boyfriend, heart, loneliness,
He did so much to make me love him.
Wildflowers on a summer's day;
A lone carnation after dinner.
A kiss beneath the midnight moon.
Oh yes, he...
Omnipresent Categories: prose, 12th grade, allegory, angst,
The Heavens declare His greatness;
And the magnitude of nature, His handiwork
The birth of a child,is the miracle of miracles.
By this we know, There is a...