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Color Prose Poems

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


Butterfly Shadows
Butterfly Shadows

They stopped me
in my tracks as
I walked out the door
ready to work in 
the garden out back
the sun blazing overhead
and a fragrant late spring
breeze...

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Categories: prose, beauty, butterfly, senses,



BLOSSOMS IN MY MIND
Petals are blowing in the breeze of the wind
The aroma enchanting clever with spice
A ray!  A streak of beauteous sunshine
Striking down on my radiant...

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© stacey law  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flower, rain, sun, sunshine,

Premium Member I was grateful, I still am
I was drowning in my blues, fathomless, ocean of colors. There was no savior; there was no clue. I wish the sky could open up...

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Categories: prose, feelings,

Heart of a Rainbow
There’s someone with a pure heart 
so sky beautiful   ...   starlight celestial
Dressed in white clouds;
dove wind bleats the sound of an...

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Categories: prose, allegory, death, life, rain,

THE TALE OF A GREEN WOMAN

   She was a super-healthy woman until she
adopted the green diet ... all green: dishes, cutlery,
glasses, table, sheets, breads, yogurt ... everything, everything.
Green...

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Categories: prose, allegory, hilarious,



Sometimes we must steal and loan kisses
Sometime we must steal and loan kisses

Beautiful lady arrived at the Austin's tavern at twelve trying to escape the Texas Summer heat.
Once she wanted everything...

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Categories: prose, dark, poetry, women,

Origami In Flight
Sometimes when I get a little bored,
my hands will roam...
folding, creasing, creating
life from simple pieces of colored paper
that, I will turn into dragons or birds.

Once,...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, art, bird,

Premium Member To A Beautiful Misry Winter Ensemble


Pine needles ape ice cycles
glowing in the misty rain;
the cold air periodically
sneezes a chilling wind.

What little snow that remains,
clings to the hillsides—except 
where little flowing...

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Categories: prose, color, metaphor, rain, river,

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,

I'm Seeing Green
I'm thinking green and waving goodbye to Winter's brown. I'm hearing green like sweet sounds of resurrection. I'm tasting green and digesting its nutrients. ...

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Categories: prose, life, spring,

Crimson
Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  Crimson 
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  March/2019

Her glorious existence 
exposed to billions around 
the globe  -

Thine...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beautiful, color, flower,

2019, Black History Month
Born, slave or free, nobody's property; a "P"(purpose) and a "D'(destiny) are stamped within. Letters they are, but so much more and nevermore to be...

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Categories: prose, america, christian, corruption, evil,

Divine Appointment
There lies before me a portrait most captivating and divine.               ...

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Categories: prose, color, god, light, stars,

Premium Member Poetry Prose Or Something Else
She walked in casually, like she did not know how kind she was.
But her aura was flaming with it.  And I felt it immediately.
She...

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Categories: prose, poetry, poets, write, writing,

Insomniac Bedroom
Insomniac writer, that’s what I am.
Pen and paper are natural,
bedtime accessories; 
at least, in my world.
The blues of my bedroom;
soft cushions for my tired eyes.

Scent...

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Categories: appreciation, art, color, inspiration,

A Poem In Which Nothing Is True
The Messiah you see painted on the ceilings of your churches and on the floors of the convenience stores on the corner are me--I know...

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Categories: prose, 11th grade, analogy, religion,

The Thief
The Thief

He did so much to make me love him.
Wildflowers on a summer's day;
A lone carnation after dinner.
A kiss beneath the midnight moon.

Oh yes, he...

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Categories: prose, angst, boyfriend, heart, loneliness,

day and night for pure curious
daylight 
shows odd joking 
active color of world;
into pure inquisitive soul
darkly night brings a holy mysticism



-January 17, 2019 Chattogram 





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Categories: prose, how i feel,

The Gold Scarf
The Gold Scarf

It’s colors are red and gold.    
Blending together in a wild design; like a dream.   
 
I hold...

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Categories: prose, boy, boyfriend, break up,

SUMERIAN RECIPES
OUR MASGOUF

The fishes have high wings, but they can feel our deep pain like sisters. Yes, we are the fishes’  brothers and any halo...

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Categories: prose, food,