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Cousin Prose Poems

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


Lost Letter Writing
Writing a letter is following the same avenue as cursive writing; disappearing in the rear-view mirror.  Now, the only letters one seems to receive...

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© Susan Linn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: writing,



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,

Premium Member White Christmas Takes Me Back
White Christmas takes me immediately back to my grandparent's
Christmas tree with the magical bubble lights, and the fat and
sassy ornaments.

I smell oyster stew, and see...

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Categories: christian, christmas, nostalgia,

Premium Member My Cousins the Bears
The bears are invited Grandpa said casually.
My heart turned cold.
I just got my closet put back together from their last year’s visit.
I decided I would...

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Categories: prose, 4th grade, 5th grade,

A Fir Trees Perspective
Color me Douglas Fir Green;
I feel so feathery-branched.
My constitution is supreme;
My core competes with oaks.

I was built to last and stand tall;
I cannot say as...

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Categories: beautiful, earth, environment, nature,

Premium Member I Think I Heard My Name
It was awful, it was terrible, it was the most dis-dasdardly-mean thing I have ever heard, and
I think they were talking about me.
What did they...

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Categories: prose, anti bullying, bullying,

Premium Member Alone In The Dungeon
Alone in the dungeon, I am furious with the them’s, the they’s, the experts, the teacher, my cousin, the snitch, my classmates, and especially my...

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



Premium Member The Almost King Story
He was a sort of a king, a man at the top of King Hill.  He had the most food, and the most guns....

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Categories: prose, myth,

Premium Member Someone To Love-part 3
...cont

As is the case with all of life's special moments
this one had to end when she again became weak.
We strolled the beach one last time
our...

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Categories: prose, loss, love, love hurts,

Sun Dripped
Tough position to be in
Wanting to claim European
Knowing something
 darker lies within
Something more natural
Light refraction
Melanin, Godly action
Borderline casual
foot stomping, dust rising
Serengeti surprising
ancestral awakening
First man's first...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, black african american,

B28-P2-I LOVE YOU
POEM 2 I LOVE YOU 



I LOVE YOU IN JUST THREE WORDS. 

I LOVE YOU IT IS NOT ENOUGH. 

I LOVE YOU FRO YOUR SMILE...

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Categories: prose, 9th grade, africa, age,

HOGGEY
The emptying of the hall,
in memorandom or literal sprall,

The emptying of a peacefully worded spell,
layered with cement,
or drinks of the fall

One done for the rafters...

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Categories: prose, care, city, cousin, cry,

Premium Member Bertha's Coming Home Tonight
The old ones have all gone now
up those Golden Stairs.
There's hay stacked for the horses in the barn.
They're grubbing up potatoes
and stacking corn stalks high
'cause...

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Categories: character, courage, endurance, environment,

SHE
I know you know what happened the year we graduated. Just like everything else, it trickled down the grape vine. We were seniors when SHE...

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© ron lll  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, cry, death, death

Premium Member UnWoven Memories
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
and cooperatively-organized,
extended matriarchal farm.

Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear...

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Categories: prose, culture, family, farm, happiness,

Premium Member Political Transactions
Currency reifies values.
Cash represents value.
Capital iconically,
and capitalism idolatrously,
removes humanity
from Earth's gifting cooperative nature
as reciprocating nurture.

Value,
like organic interdependent nature,
does not grow by hoarding its icons,
but increases...

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Categories: prose, beauty, blessing, community, health,

B13-POEM 20 THIS ONE LADY
POEM 20 THIS ONE LADY 



I DEARM OF THIS SWEET LOVING LADY COMING INTO MY LIFE. 

SHE WAS MY DESTINY TO BE MY WIFE. 

HOW...

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Categories: prose, bangla, childhood, class, courage,

Long Before ISIS
Thirty years ago, long before ISIS started executing Kurds, Muslims and Christians, I hired a Pakistani Muslim as an art director in Chicago. I was...

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Categories: friendship,

Premium Member The Old Ball Game
When I was a child,
summer at my Aunt Joanne’s
meant staying out as late as it took the sun to set!
And mostly with my cousin Chris,
I...

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Categories: baseball,

Hilda's Family Reunion
Paddy didn't want to go to his wife's family reunion. He told her that in the same nice way he had told her in years...

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Categories: family, marriage,


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