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Identity Prose Poems

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

The Poet
Can one know the name of the poet?
I think not.
For they themselves are unsure as to
their true identity.
For they are...

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Categories: appreciation, confusion, creation, faith,


You say you love
the woman ... she is...

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Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, freedom, love,

Premium Member Know yourself
I wonder from all the seasons,
which one is me?

How do nature's elements
define my identity?

When clouds reflect judgement,
it does not matter what they think,
I do not...

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Categories: prose, analogy, seasons, spiritual,

How much it pains to be so lost
Maps and arrows, just blur my thoughts.
For truth be told, I know not what I sought
Yet my mind...

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Categories: conflict, i am, identity,


Sone ka too qatara dhoondhe
Kab tab usako chalaega
Pahaad khodakar jeene vaala
Khud Heera ban jaayega

Dariya kee apanee pahachaan
Ek boond se banata jahaan
Sooraj kee roshanee paakar
Chaand kitana...

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Categories: prose, fear, happiness, hindi, identity,

Where Is Gethsemane
Over the 2000 year period since the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, thousands of people have toured the 'Holy Sights' in Jerusalem and...

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Categories: easter,

52 Words
Human Identity: "I thirst" Jn 1928                   ...

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Categories: easter,

Apna Time Aayega
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???? Time ??????

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Categories: prose, change, dedication, feelings, hip

Watermelon Gum: A Poem About Identity Crisis's In The City
The words “watermelon gum” and “stifling heat” shouldn’t be synonymous with the sentiments that ripped me to shreds during the month of July--and although all...

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Categories: prose, 11th grade, anger, anxiety,

A Poem In Which Nothing Is True
The Messiah you see painted on the ceilings of your churches and on the floors of the convenience stores on the corner are me--I know...

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Categories: prose, 11th grade, analogy, religion,

Rainbow Children of Light

After every dark downpour,
the tears of heaven makes the sky brighter
But many still only blindly see
through the prism of pain
So sadly, 
they continue to have...

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Categories: prose, identity, spiritual, truth, wisdom,

Lost Identity

Last week 
I had raised an open question; 
There is no response.
I know because I have scanned
The air,
All newspapers and weekly tracts,
My mail
And even my...

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Categories: prose, philosophy,

Dogma or Mystery, part two
It's ironic that 'dogma' simply once meant belief: something we hope is true but aren't certain of, as opposed to a fact. Now dogma means...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, angst, appreciation,

I married a Rape Survivor
I married a rape survivor
She was terrified and broken
Shaken till the last drop of blood
She can’t even face the mirror now
Now she hates herself for...

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Categories: abuse, beauty, pain, society,

Premium Member PROTOTYPES
Nowhere on land to be me- Being the prototype of mankind is hard. Maybe I'll return to the sea. Liken to the chicken nesting in...

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Categories: prose, creation, deep, identity, life,

Blueprint For Life
Leap upon the waves of life;
Ride them with elation.

It is in the rush of life that, 
we come to know others and ourselves.

Escaping the bonds...

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Categories: education, inspiration, introspection, metaphor,

Premium Member Translucent Epiphany
Translucent Epiphany

‘Kismet’ he thought ‘What nonsense please smooch my elbow for real’
He had no time for Karma as things are what they are without coincidence

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Categories: prose, identity, journey, love,

Premium Member - The Sadness And Pain -

Her quest for the meaning of her existence and identity
It promised rarely good, although everything was laid in fate's hands
She thought the pain was supposed,...

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Categories: prose, angst, deep, depression, feelings,

will be
to keep up.
The old
will resist
fight the
loss of
will be
the fabric of
turning to
known will 
be obliterated.
loses its 
It will
happen one

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Categories: prose, art,

Premium Member The Mighty Horse

God has not forgotten you, Mighty Horse.
At one time you ran through canyons,
and green meadows
never before seen by men.
You were as free as the icy...

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Categories: prose, beauty, blessing, courage, happiness,