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Anxiety Prose Poems

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

Cutting the Surfaces
Rain gushes through the trees.
I see the wind make horizontal 
waves. Near where I stand, little 

seas have formed, that drown the 
green and brown...

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Categories: prose, allusion, anger, angst, anxiety,

A Shipwrecked must occur
That shipwreck will  provoke
consequently the breaking of the old vessels.

Those vessels alike those of the old galleons
would contain coins that we use daily
but that...

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Categories: prose, allegory, anxiety, conflict,

Empty Dashes
She screams out into the night
Not even an echo too tired to fight 
Her shoulders slumped completely drained
She curses the time that still remained
Dank and...

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Categories: anxiety, deep, depression, emotions,

Premium Member HIATUS
Parked alongside a dark road,
Street lights will soon herald it to life,
It is a quarter to six, I pull out a cigarette,
Flicked my lighter for...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, depression, drug,


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Categories: prose, absence, anxiety,

Premium Member The Emperor Has No Prose
An emperor spoke in poetic verse
Which led to fame for him at first
But after some time became a curse
For the emperor had no prose.

Poetic measure...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, anxiety, humorous, people, poetry,

an apology that's overdue
My mind feels weak
My mind feels heavy
Sometimes, my mind goes fast
Sometimes my mind goes so fast and i can't keep up.

My mind likes to play...

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Categories: prose, anxiety, cry, for teens,

The Back Pew
He drags his feet in the gravel parking lot. Almost afraid to enter the Chapel doors where Momma had him baptized, for the first time....

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Categories: anxiety, devotion, faith, god,

I hold memories of the little girl 
the one whose fingers are blocks of wood
the fragile cup
slips wilfully from her grip
smashed into tiny pieces
she, standing...

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Categories: prose, anxiety, childhood, confidence, growing

My rock
No matter how cold the night may seem 
Don't give up the serpent of old is trying to implement his scheme 
He'll put people in...

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Categories: prose, angel, anxiety, best friend,

A Black dog named depression
A Black Dog Named Depression

The Black dog follows me;
Down the dark lanes and pathways of the years;
Over the wide, cold chasms in the night,
With steady,...

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Categories: prose, allusion, animal, anxiety, body,

Grief and suffering
I can be
A Life sentence to many

Because . . .

The more you love me
The more 
I will hurt you in return

I can take away your...

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Categories: prose, age, anxiety, appreciation, bereavement,

When Among Them
Why is it so hard to be around people? I mean, maybe it's unfair that I should talk of the general public based on my...

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Categories: 12th grade, anger, anxiety,

Secrets that I can't hear,
They're here, there everywhere.
I can't get to them,
So I can't keep my hopes high,
For someone to tell me.
Things I want to...

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Categories: prose, 6th grade, anxiety, children,

Day two
Today was day two
One of those days I'd rather be you
Today I woke up and as if on cue
Withdrawals and facing the truth

I hate these...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, loss, recovery

The Complainer
The Complainer

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...

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Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, care, character,

Just another face
in an ever changing crowd,

She winks impishly

--- Played again, and yet again,

She'd surely curse and spit. ---

She chooses Her words carefully

inside the mystery

that people are...

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Categories: prose, anxiety, conflict, confusion, humanity,

Premium Member Lost
The chimneys perspire 					
The ghosts					
of miners past
wait for me 
Flashing white teeth, 					
Hobnails clicking the cobbles				
On the other side of the dark				
the old steam...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, anxiety, dream, fear, gothic,

Watermelon Gum: A Poem About Identity Crisis's In The City
The words “watermelon gum” and “stifling heat” shouldn’t be synonymous with the sentiments that ripped me to shreds during the month of July--and although all...

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Categories: prose, 11th grade, anger, anxiety,

On My Blindness
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;

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Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, conflict, confusion,