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Gender Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Resident Refugees
Resident Refugees…

Uprooted, abandoned and displaced;
scattered about in their own homeland—
Irrespective of gender, cultural or race,
the pursuit of happiness seems banned. 

These are the ever-present invisible...

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Categories: prose, america, analogy, discrimination, imagery,



Balance for better
Balance for better reminds me of a seesaw!
I sit on one side, she sits on the other, I see from here, She sees from there,...

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Categories: prose, family, gender, metaphor, poetry,

Dear men
there are some barriers,
some words,
which don't let her to escape
when her feet are burning
from the place she is in,
because many times she don't feel like...

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Categories: prose, abuse, betrayal, integrity, march,

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,

The Fracturing Empire
The top has always been nothing but rough and tumble.
But things really started to get bad when the bottom began to crumble.
Race and gender have...

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Categories: prose, america, political,



Programed
DNA,
computer code.
It dictates 
all.
Gender,
physical features.
Personality,
intellect 
everything!
Instinct,
how does
a baby know
to suckle 
at birth?
Instinct?
What’s that?
It’s coded
to know.
Just like
a computer
knows 
how to 
follow a 
key stroke 
command.
We are...

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, art,

I am a Woman
Every month, I loose blood.
My , abdomen, every part of my body - gives me pain..
For days.. I cry, I hardly move.
I'm a woman that...

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Categories: prose, beauty, body, feelings, for

I am a Woman
Every month, I loose blood.
My , abdomen, every part of my body - gives me pain..
For days.. I cry, I hardly move.
I'm a woman that...

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Categories: prose, beauty, body, feelings, for

Premium Member I Am Also Yours
I Am Also Yours…He Said Of Her
(Apropos A Beloved Child)


Not until you have been 
‘bused and scorned like me,
can you ever know how it is...

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Categories: prose, 7th grade, allegory, analogy,

Love, The Exit Strategy
As I prepared to come here, my family, relatives, and friends anticipated my arrival. By prepare, I mean that I was in a developmental process...

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Categories: prose, angel, death, god,

straight phase
Do you really want to be her straight phase?
 Do you really want to be her confused phase?
 Do you really want to be her...

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Categories: prose, abuse, anti bullying, gender,

Premium Member The Left Hand of Darkness
The Left Hand of Darkness tells the story of a lone human emissary from Terra  sent to facilitate Winter's inclusion in a growing intergalactic...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: science fiction,

Premium Member In The Distance Part C
In The Distance #104  Part C

Of course you have to dump up your faithful wife of many years,
Just to keep up with your peers
It...

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Categories: society,

All I Know
Pain is all I know,
Rest brings no hope because 
I always have to return to the abuse of my choices,
choices driven by mental illness,
and addiction,
and...

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Categories: prose, abuse, addiction, fate, freedom,

Angels
If ever I have seen angels, it would have been 'the unawares kind'. The kind when angels appear as humans, and I did not know...

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Categories: angel, bible, god,

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

He was the presumably straight Vietnam veteran
southern...

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

Premium Member What You Pack In
If and when you pack investments into our wilderness of CommonHeld-Futures,
and feel committed to sustain for the longest healthy haul possible,
then, please, cooperatively re-invest back...

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Categories: prose, gender, health, humor, integrity,

Premium Member Slow Grown Sunrise
Some mornings I slow down.
If you had seen me this morning,
you might reasonably conclude
I could not possibly further reduce my productive pace,
a social disgrace,
slogging through...

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Categories: prose, gender, health, history, integrity,

Premium Member Mom's Economics 840
Listen my children 
and you shall hear
of the midnight ride
speeding greed will steer.

Just as our cooperative economy
is fueled by gratitude,
our competitive WinLose economy
is fueled by...

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Categories: prose, funny love, gender, health,

Toothpick wrists and gay thoughts
I was born 6 lbs. 9 oz. with blond hair and blue eyes. 
I was also born gay
I am anorexic. 
And you would think people...

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Categories: anxiety, depression, gender, ,