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Hope Prose Poems

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

10 Seconds After the mental storm
There was not a break in the clouds,
there was no sky, there was no hope.
the lowest region and the darkest.
the farthest from the sky.

But then...As...

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Categories: prose, allegory, angst, depression, hope,

Bona fide
I hope he leaves you eternal, as I have too.
Perhaps long after my chest has calmed,
they will speak these words of you.
Though, words are too...

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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lost love, love,

Seemingly you
Someone always has an opinion 
about something , seemingly you  but 
dont let that speak for me 
for when no one believed in me...

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Categories: prose, character,

This Poem
I hope this poem finds you well and in good spirit. You are in my heart tonight as I write, thinking of you. I hope...

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Categories: how i feel, love,

Sri Lanka

So many CHRISTIANS died inhumanely.
In innocence in churches or having Easter lunches.
God, welcomed so many home in an instant.

360 died in one day.
345  Christians are...

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Categories: america, anger, death, depression,

Premium Member ND The Woman in the Morning

As the quiet around her beckons her call upward, 
she bows her head and begins her address to her Heavenly...

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Categories: christian, faith, for her,


A young boy in a desert trailer,
wishes inspiration will fall in him,
pitter, patter, like raindrops,
transforming into keytaps,
on the ancient yellow-screened word processor
that was his father's...

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Categories: prose, childhood,

Premium Member Her Courage
Our helpless girls in the society hide 
Their harassment or abuse sometime
For fear of being ashamed,
But not that brave girl of a remote town, 

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Categories: prose, integrity, society,

Soldier's sacrifice
•The li'l kid was promised to celebrate next birthday together,
•The lady was the happiest by the news of next meeting.
•Some considered him martinet,
With family he...

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Categories: prose, encouraging, poetry, poets,

I was in my dream,
When I first saw you.
Dreams were many,
But that was new.

Your smile seemed familiar,
But it was hard to remember,
And eyes were so...

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Categories: 12th grade, age, care,

At First
On the warm wet day in december
I look back at my life and remember
How it was in days gone by
Everyone i loved taken and still...

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Categories: cry, death, depression, emotions,

Let's Make A Deal
My comings and goings disturbed her a great deal. So we sat on the sofa
and shared freshly popped corn. Let's make a deal lit up...

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Categories: humorous,

Premium Member Take A Look
"Take A Look"

Oh!! Look where JESUS brought me from...just stop, take a second look.
I am so thankful and grateful how His amazing love joined forces,...

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Categories: blessing, celebration, hope, inspirational,

Premium Member An Article of Interest to Poets
FYI, Fellow Poets:
  In today's (March 26, 2019) edition of the Wall Street Journal, on the front page no less, is an article entitled,...

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Categories: poetry, science,

I'm Seeing Green
I'm thinking green and waving goodbye to Winter's brown. I'm hearing green like sweet sounds of resurrection. I'm tasting green and digesting its nutrients. ...

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Categories: prose, life, spring,

Premium Member My Son's Resting Place
All paths lead back to this place
Where you rest in eternal peace
Today a white blanket of nature
Keeps you in God’s warm embrace

Snowflakes fall around me...

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Categories: prose, death, father son, grave,

Reaching out to you -
Can you hear my voice,
on the other side?
I call quietly out to reach your ear, 
and hope your heart will listen.
I don't care to reach...

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© Tom Pen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, adventure, analogy, appreciation,

Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  Crimson 
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  March/2019

Her glorious existence 
exposed to billions around 
the globe  -


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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beautiful, color, flower,

A Black dog named depression
A Black Dog Named Depression

The Black dog follows me;
Down the dark lanes and pathways of the years;
Over the wide, cold chasms in the night,
With steady,...

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Categories: prose, allusion, animal, anxiety, body,

Textbooks for Expression
Is it acceptable to rate expression, to assign correctness and wrongness of a feeling- not the immoral or moral sense but of standardizing emotion? And,...

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Categories: 12th grade, appreciation, art,