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Premium Member Positive Cognitive
struggled to remember son-in-law's
angels attend closer...

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Categories: cognitive, age, angel, remember,
Form: Monoku

To Those that Lack Abstract Cognitive Abilities:
So hard to swallow
My thoughts are tough to follow
Opinions barrowed

By Robb A. Kopp

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Categories: cognitive, art
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Listen Kid
save your sympathy
empathy too
sincerity is your best bet
I am aged, not cognitive challenged


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Categories: cognitive, age,
Form: Free verse
Don't Be Afraid
it is as real as
is in optimism;
thirteen is a scare if there
is cognitive dissonance....

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Categories: cognitive, imagination, introspection, life, on writing and words,
Form: Tanka
Cognitive Dissonance
it's like having a
foreign object embedded
in an orifice
that it wasn't meant to be 
in, but it fits really snug....

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Categories: cognitive, confusion, introspection, life, philosophy,
Form: Tanka


curious he watches grains of sand fall
for first time in his three years
cognitive of future


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Categories: cognitive, child, time,
Form: Kimo
The DK Effect
That Dunning-Kruger thing is real;
I’ve read about it once or twice,
And so my grasp, I clearly feel,
Of how it works is quite precise....

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© Ed Morris  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cognitive, funny, humor, humorous, psychological,
Form: Light Verse
How old age and senile relate
Depends on cycling the flood gate
Forget zipper down?
Always leave it uptown?
Each a unique cognitive state


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Categories: cognitive, psychological,
Form: Limerick
Another senior moment

Senior moments may cause distress,
happens more and more, must confess
I'm lacking basic cognitive process,
bothersome condition, old age I guess.

13th April 2017.
contest:- form M - Monorhyme....

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cognitive, age, confusion, health, old,
Form: Monorhyme
cognitive enhancement
energy Adderall
sideffects depression
solution Ritalin
additive A.D.D.

Note: this is a new style I am working on called a 3 X 2 (three by two), each line has two three-syllable words, any length with no punctuation....

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Categories: cognitive, drug, science,
Form: Free verse
The hands of the thought
  grab the tail of the feeling

All letters exploding,
  a new comet takes flight

A cognitive power
  an emotional flower

Forgotten when alone
  —but together delight

(Villanova Pennsylvania: August, 2018) 

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Categories: cognitive, together,
Form: Rhyme
Malfunctioning Machine
Ah!  This rusted brain!
(I lost the instructions too.)
Now, the whir and spin
of cognitive, liquid thoughts,
just grind cogs to snaps of smoke.

Ah! I can't complain!
(Lack of use is true to blame)
TV thoughts do rust
Advertisments do congeal
'till once, what spun, is silent....

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Categories: cognitive, imagination, loss, people,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member Reducing Knowledge

Insisting one might was well be dead
Feasting upon dark emotional words
This is how the young have been led
Magnetic this compass for the birds
Signal sent be that of infrared 
Drawing them all in by the herds
This be part of their pseudoscience 
By misusing the cognitive science

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Categories: cognitive, word play, writing, youth,
Form: Ottava rima
Man and Woman
Psychology’s guinea pigs
Electric shock unknowingly given
Every time one munches on baby figs
Just like Pavlov’s dogs
Humans- more like cognitive dogs
Aware of the capacity?
Two sided reality
One’s mentality
Can be trained
In this same manner
Even on ones own accord.

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Categories: cognitive, philosophy,
Form: I do not know?
Cognitive Dissonance
The daily slideshow
'Editor's Pick'
shows drunken revelers
high on an orgy
of celebration
interspersed with 
in war zones
and a man who killed because -
'Get out of my country'
a hate crime
the slow scroll of images
presented in a microcosm
of the world today
no wonder the refugees
look confused

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Categories: cognitive, earth, emotions, hate, imagery, war, world,
Form: Free verse
It Happens
 I can't take credit for this, after a major stroke and impaired cognitive thoughts, my sister said it and said it better than I ever could. 

I in angst said:
  "How could this happen to us?"

She clear and coherently replied:
  "It's not what happens to us in life, 
    it's how we handle it that matters."...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cognitive, appreciation, life,
Form: Verse
How to make stuff up
Make Stuff Up

That's how it's done. 
Step one: imagine something 
This is the miracle of creation
Step two: Make sense of imaginative thought(s)
Now, we begin the design stage
Step three: Make Up Stuff

How to use imagination in a cognitive made up process.
It's quite simply; basically you just 

Make Things Up


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Categories: cognitive, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Living with Multiple Sclerosis
Many people don’t
Understand all the
Limitations we face.
These affect each
Individual differently yet
People continue to
Laugh when we
Experience “MS Moments”

Some moments like:
Cognitive and memory
Loss along with
Extreme fatigue can
Ruin plans with
Others because even
Stress can make
Individuals with MS
Suffer a relapse

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Categories: cognitive, health, hope, life, people
Form: Acrostic

Formed from duplicity and hypocrisy;
A falsehood foundation for democracy.

Cognitive dissonance spurred into minds;
Attitudes, beliefs, and behavior blinds.

Exposed conflicting ideas and emotions;
While fabricating illogical devotions.

Psychiatry claim to prevent, but obstruct;
As an inhuman money making construct.

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Categories: cognitive, conflict, emotions, political, psychological, truth,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member situation
script off
the mental
the world
is an illusion
a hologram
between synapses...
alluding to the goings-on
within some electro-chemical soup...
three dimensional form and shape are genetic words
to symbolize that which gives being meaning as in: life is a situation


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© sand blown  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cognitive, allegory, allusion, analogy,
Form: Free verse
The glimpse of me
When I look at my reflection,
I see is such a rejection,
I just want to see a glimpse of perfection,

(I was inspired by prosopagnosia. Although it is not prosopagnosia.
Prosopagnosia, also called face blindness, is a cognitive disorder of facial 
perception in which one's ability to recognize familiar faces, including one's own f


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Categories: cognitive, confusion, depression, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
The Man
no matter what you think of me
i'm still the man 
you ask me what i believe in
i'll tell you what i believe in 
beside God
i believe in my cognitive capacities
i'm the greatest poet ever lived
my life,my past,present and future 
make me who i am
i become whole every morning
my past mistakes
make me the strongest man in deed
i'm the man


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Categories: cognitive, life, philosophy, me, me,
Form: Haiku
World of ruse
World of ruse
Materialism is transitory
Illusory, a derivative of the lacking soul
And its need to attain a truth
Veiled by the belief of mortality
Limitations are a necessity
For the sake of the grand tapestry
Far too infantile are the masses perceptions
An elusive cognitive grasp
No, just too simple
For all the fools misled by the blind

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Categories: cognitive, life
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Fundamental Choice
You can't love what 
and whom 
you don't know.

you can choose,
become used to,
become heavily invested in,
become committed to,
then become addicted to hating whatever
and whomever
you don't yet know
with cognitive and emotive intelligence.

Especially if no know-one listened
and learned you better

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Categories: cognitive, appreciation, hate, health, humanity, humor, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Beings of Imagination
Beings in Imagination 
By Mark Miller 
Brazen colors dance suspended, 
Over time's delay of existence. 
Frozen stills by photographs gravitate 
By a grounded descent in cognitive dissonance. 
Emotions explored yet unexamined. 
Sentry ghost crawls through holes silent facticity 
Thrown down the relative subjective 
As our pendulum stands over the meek blue of blind devotion....

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Categories: cognitive, autumn, beauty, dance,
Form: Free verse