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Fishing Prose Poems

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


Skipping Pebbles
Have you woken up by a river?
One within the forbidden woods.
A tent, for two. Sleeping bags.
The stream, rushing over golden sand.
I could hear the trees...

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Categories: prose, absence, childhood, deep, emotions,



The Prize
The Prize 
The bobber floats, but when it dips, my heart skips for hooked lips. The line tightens, the tug is strong, I reel in....

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Categories: prose, adventure, animal, fishing, imagery,

Premium Member The Hiding Place
I remember those lazy days of summer
when we rode away on horseback
down dusty, deserted country roads;
took our shoes and socks off;
neared the trail to the...

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Categories: prose, beauty, bird, change, childhood,

Premium Member I Just Shot A Bird out Of The Sky
I Just Shot A Bird Out Of The Sky   #229             ...

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Categories: satire,

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,

Cotati
Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  Cotati 
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  October/2017

Cotati 
Is
simply 
simplicity profound. 

A lost in time 
picturesque throwback town.

Call...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beauty, creation, social,

Hubert Might Go Upstairs But Not To Rome
Tea in the afternoon with his wife of many years is usually peaceful, Hubert thinks before he makes his announcement. Then he says it. 

"I'm...

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Categories: marriage,



Hey Noah
Hey there! Noah, my dear old friend.
     I just wanted you to know, the guys down at the lodge
are cracking quite...

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Categories: bible, silly,

NAILS
My nails grow longer in the heat,
I like to keep them short, hands and feet,
pedicure and manicure by the girls in Phuket,
they give you more,...

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Categories: prose, beautiful, business, cool, fishing,

The Old Fisherman got a New Truck
The Old Fisherman got a new truck.

A cranberry Chevy.

The people who sell his face

gave it to him.

It replaces the old Ford

with wood side panels 

which...

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Categories: prose, age, community, endurance, fishing,

Alone on a Tropical Island
How I got here, I have no clue.  I do remember being on a cruise.
Passengers were walking, talking, and watching the cerulean blue sea...

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Categories: beach, boat, death, life,

All I Ever Do is Daydream
I was looking out the window of the plane.
We did it; yes!  We finally did it!
Passports in place, we hopped a plane.
Norway, here we...

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Categories: family, imagination, travel,

China



In China once
under a patched
sail canopy

at tables and stools
and later
alone

remembering days
when all
seemed all
important

the politics with friends
by day

and how the breeze
by night conspired 

with
her golden hair.




Now...

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Categories: prose, loneliness, tribute,

Death Watch
Death Watch

It was early morning.
The sun was barely above the high hills on the other side of the lake.
I was at the end of the...

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Categories: prose, death, father, poetry, sick,

259 Words Exactly Little Reasons to Hold on to Life as You Grow Older





Kites hanging on the winds the enchantment, simplicity ... warning swirling whooshing about amid the humble Streams in the Spring ... . Time jovial, patient...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, adventure, analogy, art, beautiful,

Hopeful And Honest Part 1







"Fate in the hands of God always
beholds a greater future I'm finding.
As its opportunity reflects this... 
His devotion for all of us I believe
honestly telling...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, analogy, appreciation, art, beautiful,

Premium Member Messiah Wilderness
How do we rebaptize this our shared glad day,
raising up our wellness drenched 
with non-elite christ mindbody?

Surely Matthew the Fox would know,
and other postmillennial gospel...

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Categories: prose, baptism, christian, culture, health,

Premium Member A Tall Tale
I must say Peter, I've had the most extraordinary day. It all started when I woke up this morning. I was brushing my teeth with...

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Categories: fantasy, fishing,

Old
My past is gone
Disappeared
Like smoke in the wind
Days of wonder
And childhood dreams
Unfulfilled
Have been eaten
By old age
And cast out
Like a hook
On a fisherman’s fly reel
These days
The...

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© CJ Krieger  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fish, fishing, old,

Days Of Youth And Fish
Fishing was a joy 
A way to let time float by 
Every weekend with his St. Croix in hand 
He would take a leisurely walk...

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© CJ Krieger  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fun, youth,


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