Paranoia Poems - Poems For Paranoia

Poems about paranoia. You can read the best paranoia poems. Browse through all paranoia poems.

In this page, poem about paranoia are listed.
  • 1.
    Cosmopolitan Greetings

    Stand up against governments, against God.
    Stay irresponsible.
    Say only what we know & imagine.
    Absolutes are Coercion.
    Change is absolute.
    Ordinary mind includes eternal perceptions.
    Observe what’s vivid.
    Notice what you notice.
    Catch yourself thinking.
    Vividness is self-selecting.
    If we don’t show anyone, we’re free to write anything.
    Remember the future.
    Freedom costs little in the U.S.
    Asvise only myself.
    Don’t drink yourself to death.
    Two molecules clanking us against each other require an observer to become
    scientific data.
    The measuring instrument determines the appearance of the phenomenal
    world (after Einstein).
    The universe is subjective..
    Walt Whitman celebrated Person.
    We are observer, measuring instrument, eye, subject, Person.
    Universe is Person.
    Inside skull is vast as outside skull.
    What’s in between thoughts?
    Mind is outer space.
    What do we say to ourselves in bed at night, making no sound?
    “First thought, best thought.”
    Mind is shapely, Art is shapely.
    Maximum information, minimum number of syllables.
    Syntax condensed, sound is solid.
    Intense fragments of spoken idiom, best.
    Move with rhythm, roll with vowels.
    Consonants around vowels make sense.
    Savour vowels, appreciate consonants.
    Subject is known by what she sees.
    Others can measure their vision by what we see.
    Candour ends paranoia. read more »

  • 2.

    I am really shocked to behold the pink city
    Blood when flows near by the green field
    From the ill fatted souls of their mother’s womb
    Tear when turns red eyes yet steeped in sorrows read more »

  • 3.

    Begin the day... and I awaken to the gentle tingling,
    Of the morning mists even flow, nights final breath.
    And malaised by the gaunt and murky shroud impeding the sunrise;
    I intently await the unfurling of natures morning crest. read more »

  • 4.
    **Dark Clouds

    From freedom
    To security
    searched read more »

  • 5.
    Kicked In The Teeth

    I live in pallid lifelessness among shadows,
    I seek privacy and fear cut-throats,
    I try to protect child-like hearts
    From disappearing into paranoia-driven read more »

  • 6.
    The Secret Police

    They are listening in the wires,
    in the walls, under the eaves
    in the wings of house martins,
    in the ears of old women, read more »

  • 7.
    April is the Same as Any Other Month..

    My love came over last night,
    I took her to a driving range.
    Neither of us are very good,
    But I thought it might break the ice. read more »

  • 8.
    (Anti Selfish Poem) An Ancestral Indifference

    An idolization of the past for the accomplishments that leads us to the here and now.
    We should be proud and continue on steadfast.
    For we all walk upon where they left off.
    But instead we try to be better and greater in our own right. read more »

  • 9.

    The moon has cast its influence...
    For all lunacy to abound--
    A journey through your cranial matter...
    Pounding out insanitys sound; read more »

  • 10.
    What Drugs Will Do To You

    They will show you
    distorted images
    of what you can become read more »

  • 11.

    Is it pop-up paranoia
    or can they read my mind?
    Each time I simply think something
    on my screen I'm sure to find. read more »

  • 12.
    She remains, but is gone

    She cuts, she bleeds,
    the blood drips to her knees,
    Drip, drip, drip, onto the ground,
    Tap, tap, tap, but still no sound. read more »

New Paranoia Poems

  1. Refuge in the Shadows I Crawl, James Darwin Smith II
  2. Paranooia, Gretchen Cruz
  3. COLLECTIVE PARANOIA, alexander opicho
  4. Mr Amphetamine, Donna Saphier
  5. Paranoia Has Arrived, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  6. Haiku Less Two, Morgan Michaels
  8. Paranoia, Allan van der Meulen
  9. Anger(Stressin'), Eugene O'Leary
  10. prejudice, paranoia and narcissism, gershon hepner
  11. 2012 Blues, Nick Lennert
  12. Nightmares Begun, Summer Huggins
  13. Paranioa, Sam Campbell
  14. Paranoia's my favourite lover, Kevin Patrick
  15. Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXII: Well P.., maria sudibyo
  16. Cocaine, Steven Sabathie
  17. open sesame...., RIC S. BASTASA
  18. (((Dissonance))), Theodora (Theo) Onken
  19. “To Dance with Fear”, Lisa Visor
  20. Paranoia, Steven Adelman
  21. Thy stronger thy devotion., Julie Houl
  22. Run, D.A. Woods
  23. Losing the Battles of an Insane Mind, Electric Tripp
  24. The Evil Number 46, Robbie Squires
  25. Money and power, Roy Merchant
  26. MEntal, Jena Colvin
  27. When One Idea Preceded Another, Nicholas Neato
  28. None Come, emergingfrom thedark
  29. Humanity, emergingfrom thedark
  30. In My Head, Paige Nielsen
  31. **Dark Clouds, Sadiqullah Khan
  32. Running From Myself, John DeBona
  33. A Creepy Idea of my Own End, Abel Obando
  34. Dancing in the rainbow, JOSEPH MABIJA
  35. Stalking Shadows, Randy Briggs
  36. a madness, Maria Barbara Korynt
  37. Betrayal, Overt Lexvold
  38. Mule, Paul Anthony Scott
  39. Ones And Zeros, Daniel D'Angelo
  40. a feeling for all ages, Floyd Crenshaw
  41. Radio, jan fuentez
  42. echoes, RIC S. BASTASA
  43. Shy, Dereck Gibbs
  44. Shadow, Edwin Robinette
  45. Mind Grinder, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  46. Addict, Jacob Berg
  47. Why?, Jennie Bregan
  48. Lies, Ebby Fisher
  49. TODAY, Aparna Mirajkar
  50. Paranoia, Francis Duggan
  51. The Dark Side of the Backyard, Robert Sheridan
  52. A Prank Call (A Click And A Flash, A Su.., Lou Embalsado
  53. Why All This Title Business?, Sebastien St. Fellmore
  54. Always With A Title, Eh?, Sebastien St. Fellmore
  55. The Way I am., Aaron Richard
  56. Scape, Sid Davies
  57. - Wake Up -, Dmitriy Kokarev
  58. *Delusional Reality*, Daniel Richards
  59. I Can Only Take This Much Drama, Verona Valentine
  60. Paranoia In My Heart, Linda I. Weischedel
  61. What I've Become, kaylee coates
  62. My Tears were Silent, Verona Valentine
  63. Acknowledgment, Lexy Sogl
  64. Storming the Gate, Faith Wood
  65. Sleep, Joe Smith
  66. Not Good Today, Trysta Due
  67. Drunken Eyes, C.R. Ebowski
  68. inLove (Positive-Paranoia), Pat Royce
  69. The Dragon's Warning, Glaedr the poet
  70. Panic, Jake Warren
  71. Regretted Romances, Ana Podarevska
  72. Shallow Compassion, Pleasant Floyd
  73. You Want Revenge, sandy nobody
  74. Pledge, Rebecca Pring
[Hata Bildir]