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Hyperbole Prose Poems

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


Spindleshanks Ain't No Legend
Spindleshanks Ain't No Legend...

But sits here donned in his foreign
aged (not so lovely) bag of bones
barely functioning surviving, but by
skin off his teeth, (which explains
dentures)...

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Categories: prose, 6th grade, 7th grade,



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,

Premium Member When Deferred Dreams Become Blurred Visions

(Apropos of Hughes’s Proverbial Question)

What happens when rotten strange fruit…
Hanging from trees of auction block wood
Become stinking pieces of black flesh…dried blood
Putrefying in murderous streets…?

When...

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Categories: prose, allegory, black african american,

Flawing
Not a first,
Not a last,
Talking out loud about a relevency,
failing imaginations
Falling to style

1 old habbit
Mr. Yaddada,
this shouldn't all end over a bottle of good wine...

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Categories: prose, allegory, america, anti bullying,

Fallen Trees
I’ve come across the phrase 

“If a tree falls when there’s no one there to hear it does it make a sound?”

Even if the trunk...

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Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, creation, hyperbole,



Down on your knees
Did you see all those N___ on their knee
Protesting millionaire players a monopoly 

Those S O B's should be fired he declared
If its wasn't for...

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Categories: prose, discrimination, hyperbole, political, prejudice,

THE MINUS FACTOR
It was time, for my audition - a nice renditition,
I came armed, nothing too predictable, with ammunition;
this offered my chance for fame, only I was...

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Categories: allegory, confidence, confusion, encouraging,

In the Amaranthine Era
In the Amaranthine Era

By J. Philip Harris

Of all the echoes that I remember
All the smallish voices that still linger
The precious moments missed which fell through...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, emotions, encouraging,

Premium Member Clanging Echoes

When I’ve gone
to the place
where my fathers’
have gone before me 
and the last tribute
has been paid to my memory,
may my singing words
crack the silence with...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, death, hope,

Premium Member FOR THE NEW TORCH BEARERS
 FOR THE NEW TORCH BEARERS (REVISITED)
	        (APROPOS MLK: PART 2)

They voyaged over many tempestuous oceans and seas;...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, celebration, hope,

Premium Member The Son Is Love--We Are His Moons
Sooner or later
if not before
we all come to realize
love is not a thing
but a giving spirit—God’s
gift—sharing of self
in resurrection.
What God gives
can never be taken away—
Shared...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, christian, hyperbole,

Premium Member for karma nurisha wa kupenda lowe
for karma nurisha wa kupenda lowe
(poem for a letter too long to write)

cosmic gem of the universe
exploded celestial beauty
princess of the milky way
poured into 
the...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, daughter, faith,

after The Election

After the election,
at least two things will continue without interruption: death and taxation.
After the election,
two kinds of people, the rich and the poor, will remain...

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Categories: education, hyperbole, internet, political,

Premium Member To A Poetic Time Lone For Poets of Poetic Faith
To A Poetic Time Line
For Poets of Poetic Faith


The mind hangs in silence
All is stilled—thoughts lingering
Lazily as if in a cosmic animation;

No words drip from...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, faith, hyperbole,

Absolutely Mad Poetic Rhetoric
Persuasion's possessive verses
'midst absolute poetic madness
surrendered in rhapsodic poesy,
poets are a tidy sum of quirky &
care zilch of external perceptions,
content to breathe 'round seduction
and unicorns'...

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Categories: prose, allegory, humanity, hyperbole, imagination,

Drunken Brio
Rendered your elixir within flowing fire
turned my head till flames got higher
'neath vapors' influence lustfully burning,
imbibed upon insatiable blushed lips
feverish craving ignited darkly melting hours
intoxicated...

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Categories: prose, drink, fire, hyperbole, muse,

Regrets I Regret Regretting
Did you mention 'regrets'?

I have one or two, a few or possibly a million.
Depends on which way the wind is blowing,
and how gracious I'm feeling...

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Categories: allegory, anger, angst, conflict,

Voracious Thirst
Devoured by intensity,
  words that quench the soul
an enchanting intoxication - -
    like a spirited orgasm
     ...

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Categories: prose, allegory, emotions, hyperbole, poetry,

The Golden Age
From beneath the bottom of the bottomless abyss, below even that to the firm cliff's edge above where light shines without shadow.  So the...

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Categories: prose, celebration, future, inspiration, religion,

Premium Member The Melting Pot
The humid air sweats streaming curls down the toddler’s flush cheeks like Fusilli hot from the stove. The golden ringlets cling to her forehead, bouncing...

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Categories: childhood,