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Family Prose Poems

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

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,

Premium Member Canada Geese
Visited the lake today with my ever ready walking pal
Saw gatherings of floating geese savoring early morning joy 
With eminent elegant black necks and heads...

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Categories: prose, animal, appreciation, bird, community,

The plains of the Dakotas seem endless
With rumors of great mountains to the west
And rumors of great lakes to the east
But to the proud pioneers...

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Categories: prose, america,

Premium Member About the immigrants

I want to say something about the recent immigration wave 
they come to our shores looking for a beter life has anyone forgotten that
we must...

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Categories: international,

Daddys Lament
Write a Lament  is what they say So I’m going to tell you about the saddest day. 
It was summertime with parades in the...

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Categories: childhood, courage, death, devotion,

Premium Member Back in the day
Back in the day
Women had to sew their own dresses
And also some of their own men's clothing
patch up their britches all day long
it really was...

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Categories: analogy,

Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris...

Lovely bones long since disintegrated
into dustbin of genealogical history,
if still alive would rank as oldest person
clocking another one incremental increase
asper in chronological...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, birth, family,


When it’s a stormy weekend,
I feel inspired,
To write poems and post
On Poetry Soup,
When I go on vacation
I write a poem

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Categories: prose, poetry,

Let me tell you about my eldest brother.

I am: the "Scram!", the "Beat it!", the "What you looking at?!", and the "Turn around and watch...

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Categories: prose, beach, beautiful, brother, celebration,

Premium Member Pressed Linens
Pressed Linens 

I left for the church when called to serve
A need for help in the kitchen was the request
When I arrived I saw the...

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Categories: appreciation, change, christian, death,

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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Categories: writing,

Premium Member A PRAYER

Dear Lord,

Protect us from ourselves.
Teach us to be gentle, humble people
who can love and trust our family.
Keep us loyal to each other,
and satisfied...

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Categories: prose, christian, desire, environment, faith,

Premium Member The Woman in the Morning

As the quiet around her beckons her call upward, 
she bows her head and begins her address to her Heavenly...

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Categories: christian, faith, for her,

Premium Member A Spring Of Life Celebration

In the consuming time of day
the water of the no longer frozen pond
is again home to a family of ducks
floating quietly in the center, as...

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Categories: prose, animal, beauty, imagery, metaphor,

Soldier's sacrifice
•The li'l kid was promised to celebrate next birthday together,
•The lady was the happiest by the news of next meeting.
•Some considered him martinet,
With family he...

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Categories: prose, encouraging, poetry, poets,

My Growing Up
Title: My growing up (episode one)

I was born to a native parents 
I guess my mum was a woman of substance
Papa is so good 

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Categories: prose, africa, art, growth,

My Friend Roy
When you and I were children, many wonderful stories were read and told to us,          ...

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Categories: father, friend, love, marriage,

The Power of Whatever
The Power of Whatever

     Whatever! I probably say it a dozen times a day, and it makes things feel better. It...

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Categories: prose, freedom, peace,

52 Words
Human Identity: "I thirst" Jn 1928                   ...

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Categories: easter,

Makin' Mem'ries
There’s nothing quite like
The smell of a cast iron 
Wood fired  cook stove
On a chill Kentucky morning
Brewed coffee, platter of eggs
Pork chops and bacon

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Categories: appreciation, childhood, family, feelings,