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Imagery Prose Poems

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


Wanderlust
I close my eyes and take a deep breath, meditating and drifting away to the lullaby of the ocean. The waves gently clap against the...

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Categories: beach, imagery, journey, ocean,



Premium Member MOTHERS

In darkness of wombs
Vines of umbilical grace
Flourish with navel blossoms
Of forever present maternal love:
Mothers are sharecroppers of God.
...

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Categories: prose, 12th grade, analogy, imagery,

Premium Member A SALVAGED WORLD
A car rolls into a soundless night,
It's light sends a bursting view of overhanging growth,
In a microcosm succession of descending seconds,
Pruned for a snapshot temporal...

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Categories: prose, analogy, creation, earth, future,

Premium Member A New Spring Webbing

Calendared nature admits
winter has come and gone
and makes no apologies
for lingering chilled moments;

The audacious mendacity of spring
has clamped down a frost-bite 
on the wolfing climatic...

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Categories: prose, allegory, confusion, imagery, metaphor,

Premium Member Resident Refugees
Resident Refugees…

Uprooted, abandoned and displaced;
scattered about in their own homeland—
Irrespective of gender, cultural or race,
the pursuit of happiness seems banned. 

These are the ever-present invisible...

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Categories: prose, america, analogy, discrimination, imagery,

Origami In Flight
Sometimes when I get a little bored,
my hands will roam...
folding, creasing, creating
life from simple pieces of colored paper
that, I will turn into dragons or birds.

Once,...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, art, bird,

Premium Member On A Fingernail Moonlight Drive


The fingernail moon laid back 
in its cosmic lounge
teasing the frigid night.

Silent roadside fields
covered in residue snowflakes,
glittered under the reflector’s reflections.

Feeble light sent serene warmth—
the...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, beauty, cool,



Premium Member Winter Sihouette Skies

In the winter twilight
of the meandering drive,
silhouettes of dark clouds
patchwork the cerulean sky
with weird images of animate
and inanimate things:
animals, buildings, ships,
celestial mountains
rising above a terrestrial...

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Categories: prose, beauty, imagery, joy, memory,

Premium Member A Virginia Spring Morning


As the quiet dew
wet blades of grass grew,
hungry rays of sunlight
slowly consumed 
the last morsels of darkness

Faint echoes of the symphony 
of frogs and crickets
waned...

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Categories: prose, animal, bird, imagery, metaphor,

Premium Member A Spring Of Life Celebration

In the consuming time of day
the water of the no longer frozen pond
is again home to a family of ducks
floating quietly in the center, as...

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Categories: prose, animal, beauty, imagery, metaphor,

Premium Member TO A TEASE OF NATURE

Winter seems frozen in time;
Its coldness veiled in stillness.

Nature has dimmed the skylight;
An invisible chilled wall
Challenging winter’s exit,
And spring’s coming.

Today, nature teased us again:
Goosebumps popping...

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Categories: prose, analogy, imagery, metaphor, seasons,

Premium Member Winter's Teasing Silence

As I sit here
looking out into the cold,
all motion except the flow of sight 
seem to be frozen still; even the wind
appears to have blown...

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Categories: prose, imagery, metaphor, nature, silence,

Premium Member Of Exploding Poetic Purpose
Of Exploding Poetic Purpose

Capped festering words exploded—
spilling out over my mind—screaming  
and streaming thru the forest of memory;

They say that silence is golden
but the...

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Categories: prose, allegory, imagery, inspirational, metaphor,

Premium Member An Allegory To Free At Last

An anchored statue
can no longer be a metaphor
for liberty;
like-wise neither can unbalanced scales
be a matching simile for justice—
and a cracked bell
whose sound has been eviscerated
will...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, black african

Premium Member AHOY


It is not
a foregone conclusion,
but a reality;
even porcupines
know love—
without making pain
a subsidiary organism;

The pain of love’s waves
may forth ashore,
but the waves recede
and the forth dissipates,
leaving...

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Categories: prose, 12th grade, allegory, imagery,

Premium Member Another Birth of Day



Out of the darkness of night
crept the dawn.
Steaming with thirst, 
the dry mouth sun rose—
inebriating itself with morning
dew—leaving sparkling stars of green
scattered across the quilted...

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Categories: prose, day, imagery, inspirational, introspection,

Premium Member Of Exploding Poetic Purpose

Capped festering words exploded—
spilling out over my mind—screaming  
and streaming thru the forest of memory;

They say that silence is golden
but the voice of the...

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Categories: prose, feelings, imagery, memory, metaphor,

The Prize
The Prize 
The bobber floats, but when it dips, my heart skips for hooked lips. The line tightens, the tug is strong, I reel in....

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Categories: prose, adventure, animal, fishing, imagery,

My Dear Toast
My dear toast,
you have no need to leap
out of my hand in such a
cavalier fashion.

My plate is not a 
syrupy swimming pool; 
besides, there are...

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Categories: cute, food, funny, humorous,

Premium Member Episodes of Love

You left but are not gone;
like an amputation—gone
but still here.
When love is experienced,
it is always.

Lost love is as a raindrop
in a puddle.
An evaporated puddle 
remains...

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Categories: prose, analogy, imagery, lost love,