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Career Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Following a Class Act
Starting my usual job as a school counselor
but in two schools instead of one.
An improbable task. I have done it before, and it is not...

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Categories: prose, jobs, school,

Goddess of Thieves
To snatch away those halcyon days
Under false pretenses of defense
To shatter your own convictions
Or to be so deluded by them

Recreate the world as you always...

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© Derek Chos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anger, conflict, memory,

Have life been trying to give you a hint, which you ignore or just plain resent? Maybe you feel there's something you should do only...

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Categories: prose, adventure, appreciation, beauty, character,

Is this all
Is this all?

Life is a country, spread before us at birth, its
Vistas stretching beyond the horizon, full of 
Mystery and anticipation. 

In the distance lie...

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Categories: prose, future, life, love, metaphor,

vehicle- the death angel
student they are
on the wings of knowledge,
on mirthful wings of angel,
on light of inside and outside

smiling touches them purely
fresh mind, fresh eye view to the...

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Categories: prose, death, depression, nonsense,

Pen Paper Couple- 4th Anniversary Special Poem
They call my style old boring art 
But please tell me what they know about me? 
When I say “slam” everybody looks at me and...

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Categories: prose, art, career, dream, poetry,

Bridge-Way To An Author's Dream
I calculate the madness and it's still incurable
What does the world want? the elements keep me miserable

I Tip-toe and gleam to salvage my goals and...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, beautiful, bible, blessing,

Premium Member Gangs Owned The Block
I started my teaching career in a Chicago middle school as a sub.
Our cars were locked up so they would not be vandalized during the...

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Categories: prose, perspective,

Some Thoughts on Human Nature
What really is human nature? It seems like an easy, even silly question: surely everyone knows what human nature is, as we all have one....

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Categories: allah, allusion, angst, appreciation,

Premium Member I Missed My Calling
There are people who have known since birth what they want to do when they grow up. I was one of them. I wanted to...

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Categories: career,



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© Bob Taub  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: career, dedication,

The Agony of Math

Is a problem

That is here to stay

It will never go away

Like a vermin's ugly kin, it grows

Multiplies and divides into more nasty vermin

Never seeming...

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Categories: allegory, career, endurance, faith,

Premium Member Ocean Letters
Dear Budding Poet,

In my reflection, MODERN POETRY releases the complete freedom of total expression of body, mind and spirit, allowing one full range to interpret...

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Categories: career,

Premium Member Dear Aspiring Poet
Dear New Poet,

Modern poetry to me engages readers in seeking their own deep or higher meaning to life experiences. It utilizes symbolism imagery and varied...

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Categories: appreciation, language, life, student,

My old firm now seemed to have an African address,
I wondered how much of it was just a mess,
Green Lane had become No. 1 Moffat...

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Categories: africa, business, career,

Premium Member My Darling Wife
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My Darling Wife  #80A
My Darling Wife
My darling Debbie, lets us go steady. I'm going to say to you the most honest words ...

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Categories: prose, marriage,

An Ode to a Friend
We were class mates for 6 years.
Sat on the same bench together and did fun things.
But we had different views on life.
You looked to the...

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Categories: prose, friend,

Scaling New Peaks
I remember the day when I had no plan
Face cupped in my hand looking down
Then I heard a voice saying just keeping learning
And don’t get...

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Categories: prose, career,

Boardroom Wars and Bar Room Fights
Boardroom Wars and Bar Room Fights
He twiddled with his fingers and looked up at me curiously
I am not going to sign on the dotted line...

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Categories: prose, career,

My Promise, My Nation
The sky was lit by blinding light
But, not sunlight
The panorama was painted with darting pellets
But, not of rain rivulets
The ground quivering under flitting feet
But, not...

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Categories: prose, bereavement, care, career, military,