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Eulogy Prose Poems

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

Angel Returned to Heaven
An angel returned to heaven today
deployed to erase gluttonous hate
from envy's grasp love is pulled away

To bring order to disarray
supplying hope while replacing sloth 

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Categories: prose, beauty, bereavement, death, death

I’m not good at long goodbyes
As a matter of fact, I’m not good at goodbyes at all
But watching you slowly slip away from me
Is the...

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Categories: prose, eulogy, loss,

Summer Season On A Time Clock
Every dawn I yawn quiet, florescence I inhibit softly
A clear image I peep, nature settles calmly
Her intentions are infectious like a blossomed flower
Reminds me of...

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Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, bereavement, death,

My Dad In Quotes
When playtime was over my tiny hands tediously picked up Tyco toys, a fistful of three at a time. "Atta girl," my dad would encourage....

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, blessing, childhood,

Premium Member To Another School of Thought

We say we can’t imagine how they feel.
To make it real, let’s imagine
The same happened to me and you!
Then we too, would feel the way...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, children, eulogy,

Elegy for an Artist
“The art of losing isn’t hard to master;
so many things seem filled with the intent
to be lost that their loss is no disaster.”
“One Art” poem...

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© Lee Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, eulogy, life, loss,

Broken Man Stitched mirror
It was the last lap of highschool and a boy had dreams. He knew that half his life had been torn away from him but...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

the MHS Class of '77 chapter two
   sans to stand proud and tall 
   (all five and a half feet, but blunted maximum height 

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Categories: prose, age, celebration, class, education,

Kinda Tired
I've run that masterful marathon called life
I've learned, grown, laughed and taken my bits of misery and strife

Oh! The beginning, it's kinda funny when I...

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Categories: bereavement, body, cry, death,

Premium Member Dorm Love
Ours was daily mysterious,
sometimes near mystical, 
a sensual yet platonic
dorm-mate love affair,
within the only male grad student corridor
at SFSU.

He was the presumably straight Vietnam veteran

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Categories: prose, culture, gender, history, love,

Nomads of the Arctic,
    Never traveling south,
Noble Unicorns live
    Now in the sea, under
    Northern Lights...

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© Dean Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, eulogy, nature, science, sea,

A Son's Tribute to His Father just passed
A Son's Tribute (spoken at my Dad's Funeral)

A quiet man,
A family man,
A proud to be a father man.
A handy man,
A lively man,
Not known to be...

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Categories: dad, death, emotions, eulogy,

Premium Member Standing At The Mountain
Standing at The Mountain

There stood the great mountain—
A Sisyphean challenge;
A Job’s journey;
A deferred dream’s destiny;
Indeed, a Draconian feat.

But there also stood the dreaming King;
Tutored prodigy...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, black african

It is late in the evening and I am reading the prose of an American Indian writer.  He writes of seeing a reflection of...

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Categories: culture, eulogy,

A Billet doux of a Man from 15th Century

O, e’er she cometh and calleth me from the barren wolds whereupon lieth the first palpitation of the laconic exchange of bashful glances; 

O, whensoe’er...

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Categories: prose, eulogy, love, romantic, ,

Premium Member For Dead Poets That Yet Live

 For Dead Poets Who Yet Live

The earth swallowed you—
spitting out seeded words
 to linger like dusty books; 
pages yellowing on rotting shelves.

Like your blood,

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Categories: prose, allegory, death of a

Premium Member Once More
Once More…
(Apropos Orlando)

Once more and again
bigotry spreads
like a keloid of shame
across the face
of the promise land.

Once more
liberty and justice
proves to be 
only for some—
serving Satan

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Categories: prose, analogy, bereavement, discrimination, eulogy,

Premium Member Shades of a Colored Man

Shades of a Colored Man

The signs use to read:
“For whites only”—
“Colored fountain”—water
clear as day.
If you’re brown
you may stick around;
but blacks must get back.

Today is equal...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, black african

This Too Shall Pass - A Mara Prose Poem
Trying to numb this pain to keep from going insane

Trying to rebuild my life without the strife 

Trying to lose myself in a haze while...

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© Mara Prose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, deep, depression, emotions, eulogy,

Premium Member Earth's Final Answer
A society
humane species
or more likely under-valuing,
how to regeneratively suffer loss
may never have learned to face our universal fear of death
as a badge of permaculturing respect,

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Categories: prose, beauty, earth day, health,