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Garden Prose Poems

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


ME CRAZY SHE INSANE
        
 I cultivate chickens
in the yard she
lives with leopards
in the garden...
I feed
pigeons in the parks,
she caresses rockets
by...

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Categories: prose, allusion, crazy, metaphor, poetry,



Premium Member Hell's Hospitality
The sun cries for us, its heat fades away
snowflakes sprinkle round its orbit, yet go unmelted
it feels like evening, but its yet noon
time never changes...

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Categories: prose, africa, anger, corruption, culture,

FOR MY LOVER WOMAN

You have
the plasticity of beauty
and the detail of enchantment
that touches who looks at you and sees...
Effluent Waves of Rare Perfumes
that sprinkles loving odors you cast...

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Categories: prose, allusion, care, love, metaphor,

Butterfly Shadows
Butterfly Shadows

They stopped me
in my tracks as
I walked out the door
ready to work in 
the garden out back
the sun blazing overhead
and a fragrant late spring
breeze...

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Categories: prose, beauty, butterfly, senses,

BLOSSOMS IN MY MIND
Petals are blowing in the breeze of the wind
The aroma enchanting clever with spice
A ray!  A streak of beauteous sunshine
Striking down on my radiant...

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© stacey law  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flower, rain, sun, sunshine,



Premium Member Churriana
  something stirred in this place, long long ago
  presence lingering
  half-hidden haven on the crowding hillside
  enchanted enclave
  Iberian...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, allegory, imagery, ireland, places,

Sky
Sky: My Response To Your Diagnosis
(Written With Mariangela Canzi)

Initially, we felt abandoned
in blinding sun
but you are strong solid
like a radiant full moon.

Your hands remain warm...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, poetry,

Premium Member Know yourself
I wonder from all the seasons,
which one is me?

How do nature's elements
define my identity?

When clouds reflect judgement,
it does not matter what they think,
I do not...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, analogy, seasons, spiritual,

AN ODE TO MY DAUGHTER
(NOT) JUST ANOTHER PICTURE ON THE WALL 

You came into my life at a time I needed you most
I was so lonely in a strange...

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Categories: friendship love,

your name
your name 
could you even tell me your name
has it always been the same
by any other?
all I sense are thorns

tell me I am mistaken
that you...

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Categories: prose, break up,

Dream Inducer
Lovely yellow and green chamomile; 
delicate flowers blooming among the greenery; 
I brew you into an elixir with 
fresh lavender, honey and lemon.
A tasty tea...

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Categories: appreciation, food, garden, nature,

Elysian Bliss
Red poppies raise their sails in 
a sea of purple irises and
sleepy chamomile waves.

Poppy-heads stretch to see the 
carpet of shaker-blue hills;
vying for the attention...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, earth, environment,

Where Is Gethsemane
Over the 2000 year period since the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, thousands of people have toured the 'Holy Sights' in Jerusalem and...

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Categories: easter,

CHAMELIONS AND WATERMELONS
CHAMELIONS AND WATERMELONS 

One foot forward, pause a sec
Two foot forward, pause and check
Googley green goggles, round and round spies. 
Slow reptilian eyes spots garden...

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Categories: prose, animal, fun, funny, hilarious,

The Bunny
The Bunny

Soft, caramel-coloured paws,
Creamy, velvet underbelly,
Hoppity hop, hoppity hop.

Two ears appear,
Then the top of the head.
Eyes peeping over
The plant pot,
Hoppity hop, hoppity hop.

Bob-tail flashes white
Between...

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Categories: animal, cute, easter, garden,

Valentine's Day
Early morning,

new, deep, snow

sunlit in the Garden,

covering the lonely woods.


Suddenly descending,

a mourning dove flutters,

roosts in the Tree.


There in a mere few moments:

another mourning dove returning,

perching,...

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Categories: prose, faith, hope, nature, spiritual,

King of Peace
My body is a mirror, a vessel plated with crushed diamonds--in the autumn whenever an aspen tree enters through my bedroom window, I try to...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, autumn, gender, happiness,

NDIDI
NDIDI (PATIENCE IS GOLDEN)

Patience said:
"Whatever my old man says."
So,
I saw the wise, bald, old man
In his thatched mud hut
Loin cloth knotted 
Around his shoulders 
The...

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Categories: pride,

Uncertain Picture
Uncertain Picture

We see her in the garden of this world. 
Adorned in beauty seldom seen among women.        ...

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Categories: prose, conflict, dream, flower, girl,

Educated Nonsense
(For the Lack of anything else to call it)
          Educated Nonsense     ...

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Categories: prose, angst, conflict, confusion, crazy,