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History Prose Poems

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


Premium Member About the immigrants







I want to say something about the recent immigration wave 
they come to our shores looking for a beter life has anyone forgotten that
we must...

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Categories: international,



HISTORY DON'T FORGET
its a day was not play
to get was fight for repect
it live on
we was done wrong
thinking of it
my  is thinking fix
so many lose make...

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Categories: prose, abuse, adventure, america,

Premium Member IN A SPLIT SECOND
THE HOURGLASS NEBULA


Be the volatile now
In the span of a 
Short lived present
Welcoming its fortuitous
Ephemeral presence
That fades towards a
Momentary existence
Whereto, it fleetingly vaporizes
Into the vacuumed...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris
Paternal Grandfather Aaron Harris...

Lovely bones long since disintegrated
into dustbin of genealogical history,
if still alive would rank as oldest person
clocking another one incremental increase
asper in chronological...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, birth, family,

I'm just saying
I know the love is genuine because you're willing to sacrifice your glory 
I know your passionate about it because your willing to try &...

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Categories: beautiful, best friend, black

BEFORE THEY SILENCE MY VOICE
Before they silence my voice
Under jackboots and bone crushing dogs
I must set fort before dusk
As I am shielded 
By his gore
And crafted like Daniel
In the...

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Categories: prose, black african american, bullying,

2019, Black History Month
Born, slave or free, nobody's property; a "P"(purpose) and a "D'(destiny) are stamped within. Letters they are, but so much more and nevermore to be...

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Categories: prose, america, christian, corruption, evil,



Black History Month, 2019
Born a slave in 1818 and escaped from slavery at the age of 20, Fredrick          ...

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Categories: america, christian, race, racism,

February
A whirlwind of shiny hearts and pink confetti, you're the month of love. Red frosted treats, diamond rings, and babies in October. Frozen and fast,...

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Categories: prose, new year, poetry, time,

We HAVE Yesterday,Letter To My Bride
My dear Bride,

Much energy and talk go into today's relationships.               ...

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Categories: prose, feelings, i love you,

Premium Member KING DAY
KING DAY
(A Retrospective Perspective)

			     David said to Solomon his son, be
			strong and of good courage, and do 
			it: fear not, nor...

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Categories: prose, allegory, america, celebration, history,

The Dictator
The Dictator

The Earth once echoed with his shouts;
Now He is silent.

Mankind once trembled at his feet.
Now he is called mad.

He once ruled Kings;
Now his own...

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Categories: prose, age, betrayal, bullying, corruption,

Dat Ole River
.
 Dat Ole River (The Calcasieu)

Dats a lazy ole river, dats a muddy ole river.   
Dat river she flows on and on and...

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Categories: prose, boyfriend, character, children, my

Endgame
Since the
first twitch,
life’s been
on the
move.
Moving.
Always on
the move.
Growing.
Expanding.
Evolving.
Devouring.
Devouring 
to survive.
Kill or be 
killed.
Progress,
on the
 backside 
of war, 
conquest.
Strongest 
move on.
History 
written by
victors,
narrative 
prevails.
Into the
future life 
propels.
Destiny...

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

Echoes
Echoes!
Faint echoes
abound.
Ghosts in
the ether.
Faint, subtle.
Barely discernible.
Information
never lost
 yet
nearly so.
The void,
filled with
echoes,
forever.
Echoes of 
once was. 
Echoes filled 
with civilizations
noise.
Filled with 
essence,
filled with
history.
Stories
of civilizations.
All that ever
was, just...

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

Premium Member Would If It Would Be And Is
Would If It Would Be...And Is...

From time immemorial, 
those who would deceive
viewed morality
from under the bridge
and concluded 
that integrity was a choice
rather than a component
of...

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Categories: prose, allegory, america, analogy, betrayal,

History
For millennia,
its been
building
for millennia.
History, 
building 
up over
time.
Mankind’s 
story 
building 
in the ruins
of time.
Digging.
Digging deep
finding layer
after layer
of mans 
ancient 
realities.
History 
of man
building 
in the soil.
Layer after
layer....

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Categories: prose, art,

Premium Member Cosmic Reflections

Oh, how weary the lost must be;
Misguided by their history—
Searching a god particle theory.

Where were they when the word sang
Let there be light?  Herein...

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Categories: prose, allegory, creation, faith, metaphor,

WE HAVE COME ALONE WAY
sucess is sound
don't give up now
devil is still around
so many paid the prices
for us to have rights
get hook
read your history book
what we  had to...

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Categories: prose, adventure, betrayal,

On God, Faith, Evolution and the Evil in this World
[This excerpt from a memoir I wrote 20 years ago seems sadly apropos given the recent mass murders and bombings]

This then is where my faith...

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Categories: allah, angst, appreciation, evil,