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8Th Grade Prose Poems

These 8Th Grade Prose poems are examples of poetry about 8Th Grade Prose. These are the best examples of Prose 8Th Grade poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Best Excuses I Ever Heard
She never ran out of excuses.
She was the queen of them.
She could throw out six 
Before the rest of us could think of half of...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,



Premium Member Crumbs Witch Sleeps Soundly
Deep inside a witch’s cave resides an old-school witch.
Crumbs Witch despises the sniveling excuse for Halloween
Humans present on the Thirty-first of October month.
She prefers genuine...

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

Premium Member A Dragon Lesson
Ebony blue-eyed dragon of fierceness with green iridescent wings,
How do you hide in the night sky?
Not easily, she replied, but it can be done, if...

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Categories: prose, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

Premium Member Come in Come in
We have a new store.
Come in! Come in!
There are two eager sales ladies.
They pour me coffee and give me a Danish.
This is a clothes store?
Do...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 8th grade,

Premium Member THE ADVENTURES OF MOMOTARO

This is a story of an old couple who had no children of their own.
One day while the old woman was washing clothes at a...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,



Premium Member TRUST


Optimism lays the foundation,

~ whereto, ~

there are no exteriors that exist.


Date:06/12/2019...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member MISSING

For
a
life
that
had
lived
for
a
life
that
have
learned.


Date: 06/12/2019

...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member FINE TUNING

For I've not
a jealous
chord
in my

   ~~body, 

even though
it plays

   ~~out-of-tune....

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member THE STONECUTTER FROM SHIMODA

There was a man from the town of Shimoda who lived a simple and contented life.
A stonecutter by trade, he would go to the mountain...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member IN A SPLIT SECOND II

A train door closes packed with passengers.

Destinations being most different than others.

Typical light touches, embarrassing rubbing,
Lastly, the ever so bothersome nudging.

Unfinished conversations, from platform
Carries on...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member IN A SPLIT SECOND
THE HOURGLASS NEBULA


Be the volatile now
In the span of a 
Short lived present
Welcoming its fortuitous
Ephemeral presence
That fades towards a
Momentary existence
Whereto, it fleetingly vaporizes
Into the vacuumed...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris...

Lovely bones long since disintegrated
into dustbin of genealogical history,
if still alive would rank as oldest person
clocking another one incremental increase
asper in chronological...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, birth, family,

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
dentures)...

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

Premium Member On A Fingernail Moonlight Drive


The fingernail moon laid back 
in its cosmic lounge
teasing the frigid night.

Silent roadside fields
covered in residue snowflakes,
glittered under the reflector’s reflections.

Feeble light sent serene warmth—
the...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, beauty, cool,

The cycle of the Genesis
The same mask
firmly held on the face
with a strong wrist,
no chills, no regrets, no shaking!
Nights in turn I wondered,
what is hidden behind the mask,
to discover:...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, america, appreciation,

Silver Linings
Look for the silver lining in everything you see,
Not all things are as they seem to be.

Abuse lurks behind poverty, frowns, money, and smiles.
Nobody knows...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member GOD IS THE CHEMIST THAT PRODUCES CHILDREN
He doesn’t care how cute she is, how smart she is; He didn't care if she looked like his mother... Didn't know she was his...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, abortion, age,

Premium Member Spoiler Alert Best Day Ever
As I’m walking along the bay, smelling fish,
I see fishermen on the sidewalk, lining up at a particular restaurant.
I would stop but my man wouldn't...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

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 Cornfields are Ouchy
Cornfields are ouchy, I know. I am from the corn state – Iowa.
Corn grows on tall stalks, out in a field that has gobs of...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,