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Death Prose Poems

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

Premium Member The Atheist
A married man inside a hospital suite is in comatose after a car accident.  He is being attended by his wife and daughter.


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Categories: death, life,

Premium Member Mystique- A Biography

"I am everywhere, I am nowhere, a shadow unchained and 
unleashed. The world made me this way, so let the world suffer."  ...

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Categories: prose, fantasy,

Common American Phrase: Suck it up, Buttercup

I shudder and shake with epinephrine as the needle stings inside my cheek, like a bee stings. I’m not...

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Categories: pain,

Rise up  child, 
Rise high.
It is time to ignore the existence of racism  discrimination , antagonism,  tribalism and  xenophobia on earth. 
As It is hard...

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Categories: 12th grade, death of

Most challenging course in the World,  
What come in my mind is to open the  university which will teach more about understanding  women,
But I...

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Categories: anger, depression, humanity, life,

Premium Member Rambling Poetry
Poetry is tangerine and other potent or poisonous colors.
It is the breath you feel at the nape of your neck and
the strong caress of flesh...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

Premium Member Break The Mirror
Having heard of them, and never having experienced them,
I cannot be objective about firsthand knowledge.
A number of people have encountered 'Near Death
Experiences'. I choose to...

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Categories: prose, christian, religion,

Premium Member Break The Mirror
Years ago I had a near death experience that left me haunted for a long
time. I was very sick and in hospital, in what seemed...

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Categories: prose, death, life,


 Thinking about death
is a heavy matter...
Die indeed is much lighter...
It's quite arduous to live life
without understanding it,
without living softly...
Living life lightly
is a goal to...

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Categories: prose, allusion, appreciation, extended metaphor,

Premium Member Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider
Let me tell you a story ...

Johnny Blaze, a stunt motorcyclist, who, to save the life of his sick father, 
a stunt rider also, gives...

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Categories: fantasy,

Premium Member The Masked Nemesis
  Every six years, a female masked nemesis returns to the human world.  She comes back for revenge against evil men like the...

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Categories: anger, character, death, evil,

Premium Member freezing to death might be easier
Patrasche loved being a rescue dog in his youth
husky with one blue eye, one brown eye and a curled tail
his reputation was solid; he could...

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Categories: fantasy,

Premium Member Four Cafes
I was off for my vacation. After a long flight and drive, I reached my cozy apartment. Stars like diamonds filled the cold January night....

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Categories: drink, food, january, sun,

Trains That The Words Forgot

Steam and smoke trains, dont fume anymore,lying like dead corpses or spare parts of what once was called the golden age;;
If they would fume, it...

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Categories: age, nostalgia,

Premium Member Did You See The Boots
I spotted Winnie’s old yellow boots as I entered her daughter’s home.
They were filled with petunias, Winnie’s favorite flowers.
I hugged all three of her children.

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Categories: death,