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For Kids Prose Poems

These For Kids Prose poems are examples of poetry about For Kids Prose. These are the best examples of Prose For Kids poems written by international poets.

Feel the freedom at last,
Ramble freely in free world,
Free from body, 
Free from dreams;
Was always enslaved by duties, 
Until perched in body shell; 
Dreams and...

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Categories: prose, freedom, life,

This war is not for us
Hi! My hubby where are you?
I endure labor pain,
To bring your child in this world;
You are needed here to solace,
Embrace to courage,
To withstand the pain...

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Categories: prose, age, endurance, pain, social,

Future world we create for kids
Surging war country to country for dominance. Killing people for own contentment only gives learning lessons to kids and their kids. Will say this is...

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Categories: prose, child, child abuse, community,

Premium Member Entertainment in My Youth
Entertainment in My Youth
By Franklin Price
revised and reformatted  to poetic prose
(an experiment for me)

Entertainment came quite easy, I could do it for myself. The...

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Categories: prose, life, youth,

My Little Loyal Hands
Relationships are neither simple nor perfect 
Ever-evolving responsibilities and a unique bond
A delicate poise connects love and emotions
Are invariably thick by any yardstick and gives...

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Categories: prose, allah, blessing, emotions, feelings,

Am a woman, Have no dreams of own
One clings on breast,
The other in lap,
Two crawl on floor;
Yes I am,
Their destitute mom;
Like a woman of stone age,
Live for food,
Bear babies and raise,
Until are...

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Categories: prose, mother, wife, woman, women,

I am deserted aged man
I am deserted aged man,
Searching something,
Fills my lonesome life;
Sitting in chair outside bungalow,
With 4 luxury rooms and 5 maids;
Surrounded by virgin mountains,
All greenery exhilarating view;

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Categories: prose, age, black african american,

My Dad
My Dad
By Curtis Johnson

In all appearances, his feet were firmly planted in our southern home town
It seemed clear that daddy’s life was fixed and fashioned...

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Categories: prose, change, home,

Missing Dennis
By Curtis Johnson

Back then, life for kids was harder that it should have been
They say that kids had rights too, but I don’t remember...

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Categories: prose, friendship,