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Culture Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Hell's Hospitality
The sun cries for us, its heat fades away
snowflakes sprinkle round its orbit, yet go unmelted
it feels like evening, but its yet noon
time never changes...

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Categories: prose, africa, anger, corruption, culture,

Premium Member How Can The Blinded Ever Bear To See
How Can The Blinded Ever Bear To See

Above drudgery of this life
skies just begging to be seen
sun sends its warmth and its hello
to a humanity...

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Categories: prose, art, culture, deep, humanity,

I, a man with no compass,
lost with no map.
I roam this land by my lonesome,
reminiscing at all that I’ve had.

culture, religion, belief, sad
I swear it’s...

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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, hurt, i love you,

its   was in repair
its now like world fair
its wide
by the water  side
more fun  for beach run
some   bal water skis...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, culture,

At first I thought that we humans have it much better than our pets 
because we have many different types of doctors 
that know how...

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Categories: prose, animal, courage, culture, inspiration,

My seasoned Iroko
The Olumo rock
Of my spine
The one who climbs
Mount Kilimanjaro 
With one step
I salute you

Whose face is crisper 
 Bright, black stars, gold
Precious diamonds...

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Categories: africa, black african american,

i love the cold
my arms fold
love the snow
i rememeber and know
its winter football
its the call wall to wall
winter is  my toy


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Categories: prose, adventure, culture,

Goodbye Mr President
I remember in 1968 when the President decided not to seek reelection.             ...

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Categories: america, christian, death, god,

Africa Under Siege
Africa is raped. The continent of life is pumped dry, and the colonizer won’t stop, ’till he is stopped. And blocked.

We pay colonial tax for...

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

Day Seven
On the seventh day, The Lord ceased working, rested, and 'set aside or sanctified' the seventh day, making it Holy.  Even on his 'day...

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Categories: bible, christian, creation,

he playing on the steet
needs money to eat
has a can
 and a corner stand
with guitar in hand
some call him
MUSIC MAN his music for keeps
he also...

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Categories: prose, celebrity, culture,

it going to be   aball
wall  to wall
 theyer be dress
in there gost mess
it will be mask
music dancing fast
come  help us don't...

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Categories: prose, art, culture,

Premium Member Seeking Sanctuary
Diaspora Dwellings

On my way into our sanctuary
this past Sunday morning
a woman I had met in choir
was strangely inclined
to share her family history.

Her dad came over...

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Categories: prose, earth, family, green, health,

are animals.
Having the
same instincts 
as any animal.
Law of the
jungle courses 
through our
Hormones flush
judgement, wrecking 
havoc on reason
and intellect.
self preservation 
strongest of 

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, art,

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,

Different Levels of Broken
Shelters are pit stops for those who ride scooters all day. They're never late for anything: no boss. Broken, but they're having fun. I wave...

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Categories: angst, city, culture, fate,

Premium Member In the Shade of The Old Apple Tree
In the Shade of The Old Apple Tree
In the shade of the old apple tree was where Jeff Sessions agreed to meet with me,
he told...

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Categories: political,

its summer end
we met new friends
all had the same blend
 sand band 
drinking can
all part the beach
bummer plan
now  its   more fun

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Categories: prose, culture, joy,

Ego or Soul
Since the ancient Greeks, the West has developed individuality as an ideal; this led to many good things like democracy, political rights and creativity. But...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, assonance, creation,

Woman of Culture

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Categories: prose, appreciation, beauty, celebration,