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Psychological Prose Poems

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

Spindleshanks Ain't No Legend
Spindleshanks Ain't No Legend...

But sits here donned in his foreign
aged (not so lovely) bag of bones
barely functioning surviving, but by
skin off his teeth, (which explains

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Categories: prose, 6th grade, 7th grade,

But For Now
It’s surreal,
that in-between where, 
life stares down death.

One minute you’re facing eternity; 
the next the realization that 
you’re not in control.

In that reality,
life seems insignificant,

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Categories: allusion, conflict, death, health,

Overcoming my depression part one
Overcoming my depression.  How can I best accomplish it in the troubled times like these?  Frequently I recite in my mind my favorite...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Jean Genie

she had nail gun eyes
and a cobble stone smile
i saw in her exhaling
in those dark railway sidings
in an underground station, she was
pursing her lips on...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, conflict, confusion,

Sunday Brunch
The same cross you nail someone else's sin to; will be the same one used to advertise you. 

The day gold became more important than...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, child abuse, courage,

Talk Therapy As Fulcrum To Leverage Psychological Ills
Oh...and hello
to you, some hours past, I
returned from counseling,
(hence this boy yent -
     albeit beastie boy 

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Categories: prose, atheist, december, desire, health,

Premium Member Cry Mercy
Cry Mercy

Her pack of pain upon her back, old mother
struggles to make her way uphill on the street.
Sometimes when the pain is an exquisite knife,

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Categories: prose, psychological, woman,

Premium Member Child Abuse:Psychological Incest

Didn't I clap when you wanted me to
and smile
when I felt like crying,
and eat more through it all
for love's sake?

Didn't I cry...

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Categories: prose, dad, death, endurance, evil,

A warm wet day in December
On the warm wet day in december
I look back at my life and remember
How it was in days gone by
Everyone i loved taken and still...

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Categories: anger, hurt, loneliness, poetry,

From the face of the earth

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Categories: 11th grade, conflict, psychological,

On Edge
My breath I keep holding in
Waiting watching knowing it soon will begin
I try to release and just breathe
But air isn't what I need

Drama turmoil and...

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Categories: anxiety, life, poetry, psychological,

Not a first,
Not a last,
Talking out loud about a relevency,
failing imaginations
Falling to style

1 old habbit
Mr. Yaddada,
this shouldn't all end over a bottle of good wine...

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Categories: prose, allegory, america, anti bullying,

Dear fellow poets – the young and the young once,

Modern poetry to me is “today’s poetry” or contemporary poetry.  It presents poetry from the...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, poetry,

Imperfectly Perfect
Imperfectly Perfect
My walk, I strut
Just to stiffle the hurt
Only, to protect my heart
From the world, that won't play it's part
The world that doesn't understand that

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Categories: courage, depression, emotions, encouraging,

Dream Series: Light
I dreamed gigantic black oily night crawlers -- three and six feet long -- were squeezing upward through the floorboards of our house.

Last night I...

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Categories: dream, happy, inspirational, light,

"Hear me now...
 and thank me later"


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Categories: art, depression, psychological, spoken

The Minds of Mina and Eunice
Mi: Does God eat his boogers? 
Eu: No of course God doesn't eat his boogers.
Mi: But I thought God could do anything.
Eu: Well he could...

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Categories: prose, funny, humor, mythology, philosophy,

Premium Member Minds CoArising Hearts
In our Physics Departments
our most salient awareness
of those nature-spirit entities
most easily seen
and heard
and smelled
as animated and animating,
sometimes more,
sometimes less,
in our daily ritualistic lives
of solids
and liquids

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Categories: prose, art, earth, health, integrity,

Friendly threats
Intruders in my heart,
They are emotions sometimes,
I get them out being strong,
Still they come again and again..
The known threats, I call them the friendly threats.


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Categories: prose, poets, psychological, writing,

the MHS Class of '77 chapter two
   sans to stand proud and tall 
   (all five and a half feet, but blunted maximum height 

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Categories: prose, age, celebration, class, education,