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Children Prose Poems

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


THE WAILING CRY OF MAMA AFRICA
THE WAILING CRY OF MAMA AFRICA.
           
Who shall I tell this story
Who will heal this...

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Categories: prose, 1st grade, abortion, africa,



AS WE SPEAK
As we speak,
My children and I are famished 
Our fireplace is cold
Our pots are empty 
It is may, but it feels like December 
Our thatched...

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Categories: prose, africa, corruption, culture, evil,

Premium Member Our New Breathe Room
Our school’s new breathe room is breathing.
In a positive, upbeat, happy, comforting way.
A sanctuary for whomever needs it.

I am calming down fast.
Can feel the solitude...

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

Flood Baby
My youngest sister was born in December 1955,
a month before the January floods.
The local river flooded the sheep station
where Dad worked, so many sheep were...

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Categories: prose, baby, children, dad, house,

Premium Member Give me the Unruly Child with Lots of Energy
Evilness has not reared his head in my world.
I know nothing of it, really, and do not pretend to.
The devilish ways of mischievous mites and...

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Categories: prose, school, teacher, teachers day,



BE TOGETHER

                     
      Being together is not...

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Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, confidence, friendship,

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,

Premium Member Raja
He came to live with us at the age of 9 weeks in 2003 March 
Besides absolute cuteness and pure innocence,
He also brought immeasurable joy...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, dog, faith, forgiveness,

Poetry as Art
Poetry as Art

I write poems and
Took on the mantle
Of Poet after many
Years of fear and
Humility not allowing
Me to claim it aloud
Hiding my work product
Behind a...

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Categories: prose, art, poems, poetry, poets,

The Fourth Quarter
The Fourth Quarter

Here in the fourth quarter
When time seems to 
Press the pedal to the
Floor and years rush by
Like birds migrating south
In a rush to...

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Categories: prose, age, appreciation, children, family,

We've Messed Up
Why do we accept the nonsense like we're all deaf and blind, like the rocks and like the night?

The world needs no description anymore, it's...

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Categories: prose, dark, deep, earth, satire,

Premium Member Whether By The Sun Of Day Or The Moon Of Night: Justice Waits
for


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In the distance, the fading sun
bade adieu and slipped
behind the golden horizon;
the...

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Categories: prose, 12th grade, america, analogy,

Premium Member Running Through Hell

Like procrastination, stagnation
and its constipated nature is like
a high hurdle before the finish line—
a pregnant thief waiting to trounce you.

Life’s like a race running through...

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

Premium Member IN THE BEEHIVE OF STRUGGLE

Freedom, like truth, is far from being
a virgin; abused, raped, polluted and left
to whither, die and decay. But these two sisters
ape the wind, water, and...

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Categories: prose, abuse, allegory, analogy, black

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,

Divine, O Ganga
The holy and sacred river of India,
Starts its coarse and lumpy journey from the all mighty and staunchest Himalayas. 

Its creation and origin from the...

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Categories: prose, beautiful, blessing, devotion, river,

Premium Member Back in the day
Back in the day
Women had to sew their own dresses
And also some of their own men's clothing
patch up their britches all day long
it really was...

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Categories: analogy,

Le Bonhomme Carnavale
Le bonhomme Carnavale

he searches you out
looks you in the eye
freezing you with smiles
full of jagged ice fangs

a bite so cold it burns your blood
a bite...

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Categories: drug,

ANOTHER UGLY DUCKLING
Hen gave birth to
four ducklings, out of
four eggs. All
 healthy.
Four came out
little ducklings ...
Four beautiful ducklings...
a fifth
I was already on the grass ...
Four normal ducks,
and...

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Categories: prose, allusion, children, fantasy,

My Friend Roy
When you and I were children, many wonderful stories were read and told to us,          ...

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Categories: father, friend, love, marriage,