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High School Prose Poems

These High School Prose poems are examples of poetry about High School Prose. These are the best examples of Prose High School poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Billy
His obituary was in the newspaper today.  I had not thought of him in ages, yet he was always in a nest in my...

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Categories: angst, crush,



Parker's Premise
From 1998, I was born while my existence was pronounced a fluke
Evil twin, though an age gap, I sat myself flat after physical abuse
I salute...

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Categories: prose, analogy, anxiety, confusion, holocaust,

Premium Member Letter to a New Poet
Dear Aspiring Poet,
   My name is Gershon Wolf.  I am a member of this wonderful club called "Poetry Soup."  Here are...

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Categories: poems, poetry, poets,

OBITUARY FOR AN ANACONDA
He did not receive high school education
He did not know the US President, either;
But he was a soloist, par se.
Amen....

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Categories: poetry,

Premium Member Tips For Modern Poets
Dear Novice Poet,
Welcome to the wide open wonderful world of poetry!  Today more than ever before, a poem can easily be whatever you want...

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Categories: write,

Be Amazing Be A Poet
Dear New Poet,
Don't you just love modern poetry! So free to be ourselves in so many fun forms. Never mind the sonnet or finding a...

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Categories: dream,

Poet In Search Of Poem
Dear Budding Poet,

Modern poetry to me is the reflection of the chaos and
declining intolerance of modern times. It expresses the pent-up 
emotions writhing in complexity...

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Categories: inspirational, poetry, poets,



Premium Member Dear Awakening Poet
Dear Awakening Poet

	Do not fall into the trap of succumbing to “Modern” as a type of  poetry.  Write as if the ink would...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

My Dad In Quotes
When playtime was over my tiny hands tediously picked up Tyco toys, a fistful of three at a time. "Atta girl," my dad would encourage....

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, blessing, childhood,

Premium Member I Went On Facebook Today
I Went On Facebook Today

I went on Facebook today
And I looked up my old alma mater
Everyone there looked so much older
And also they were all...

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Categories: school,

SHE
I know you know what happened the year we graduated. Just like everything else, it trickled down the grape vine. We were seniors when SHE...

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© ron lll  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, cry, death, death

THE MENTOR
We all have one in our lives, someone better than you,
not much to be done about it, in shades of blue,
where did he get the...

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Categories: high school, language, literature,

WISH LIST
There's no way to go back, sometimes I wish there was,
we'd pluck out the highlights, just simply because;
I'm not going to give a catalogue, a...

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Categories: beauty, blessing, high school,

The Gift
When I was a young child, you were an old gray headed man that shuffled along slowly, aided by a cane. You never could move...

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Categories: 12th grade, 8th grade ,

Shiny Nickels
Mama ate her collard greens with raw onions, pinching a 
morsel of greens with sweet cornbread, as juicy pork 
neckbones lay naked of meat. 

The...

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© Sona Wilae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, black african american, family,

the MHS Class of '77 chapter two
   sans to stand proud and tall 
   (all five and a half feet, but blunted maximum height 
  ...

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Categories: prose, age, celebration, class, education,

Surviving Broken-Hearted Experiences
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Categories: prose, childhood, children, dad, dog,

Some Gave All
SOME GAVE ALL
 
Some gave eyes, arms and legs,
all predestined by their fate.
Some gave up dreams, their youth,
and women who wouldn’t wait.
Some lost it all,...

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Categories: appreciation, dedication, military, patriotic,

Premium Member THE OLD SOFA AND THE FLY ON THE WALL
That furniture at Grandma’s house has never had a;
Behind, sit down directly on it-
The plastic had duct tape overtop
Where something sharp had pierced a hole
This...

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Categories: prose, boyfriend, first love, high

Call a Priest, My Father Said
My father never talked much about religion but he went to Mass every Sunday, the 6:30 Mass where few people would be and he wouldn’t...

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Categories: christian,


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