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Irony Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Clothing Optional
Devil sends his advocate to recruit us from the office.
Is this a joke? I ask, thinking it must be.
The advocate comes in with a flourish,
Throwing...

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Categories: prose, irony,



NON SENSE POETRY TO LAUGH AND THINK

            

      

The woman I loved  most
did not...

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Categories: prose, art, creation, funny, humorous,

Premium Member A Remembrance of the Doors in 72

The year was ‘72; Morrison had died,
yet I felt little sorrow, for when he was in his prime,
I was a pre-teen junkie for bubble-gum rock
like...

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Categories: song,

Russian roulette
Russian roulette
 
Beautiful young woman danced on a stage on the border of Austin Texas,
moving like a beautiful butterfly in the breeze.
She held the attention...

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Categories: prose, dark, irony, suicide, war,

Who is God, Where is God, What is God
I searched for God in temples
But nowhere was He found 
I looked into the skies and waters 
And everywhere on the ground

To me, God was...

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Categories: prose, butterfly, celebration, color, irony,



Premium Member Another Day of Life
(Praise God)…

A fly dropped
into my soup—drowning. 
Down the drain
I poured—watching an old lady
digging through the garbage…
I puked as she ate the stale bread
thrown away the...

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Categories: prose, 7th grade, 8th grade,

Dirty Stones

The enormity of my choice 
Even baffled me;
My path across the park
Was strewn with many stones,
I had picked up the dirtiest one; 
Once cleansed
It was...

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Categories: prose, irony, riddle,

Premium Member There Were Reindeer
Winter storm Blizzard, dangerous 
White out conditions.   An unassuming man
From Puerto Rico was driving in it, when
He and hundreds of others were forced...

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

Premium Member The Neighbor
She is friendly and as welcoming as anyone in the neighborhood in the spring, outside, in her garden.
She collects neighbors the way anteaters collect ants,...

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Categories: prose, friendship love, irony, mystery,

Spirit Wind
Spirit Wind>

I welcome you
breeze gently by
visit me scattered memories

answer my senses 
with sweet morose
from a parallel time

picture me a story
every life's year
of a family's happiness

sway...

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Categories: prose, absence, age, angst, bereavement,

Premium Member Possum Song
POSSUM SONG

You are the same possum
I saw eating my garbage
like a recluse,
your long pointed snout
hissing at me through your teeth.

When I first saw you
I backed...

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Categories: prose, animal, art, city, forgiveness,

Empetiness
Empetiness


Life make me empty sometimes, 
It make me feel like empetiness around me.

I feel all are silent and things not moving ,
It make me feel...

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Categories: absence, conflict, irony, war,

Look Deeper
What you see is broken as I gather more strength. What you see is trials but to what length. What you see is smoke and...

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Categories: deep, imagery, irony, recovery

B26-P18-MY LOVE IS REAL
POEM 18 MY LOVE IS REAL 



MY LOVE IS REAL ALL THE TIME AT NIGHT IN YOUR ARMS, 

MY LOVE IS REAL WHEN I LOOK...

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Categories: prose, 9th grade, america, appreciation,

Premium Member The Rest of Her Life
Each day was the best day for the rest of her life.
Having conquered the darkness, she was master of her own destiny
which now could be...

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Categories: prose, destiny, fate,

What is love
Love be simple if you make it 
Or else one gets hurt in it
No way to make a way out of it 
Still people try...

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Categories: prose, irony, love,

Premium Member Today Is Not The Day
I have looked at the porch outside my office in disgust
For about nine months.  Today I decided would be the
Day I scrape this awful...

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Categories: creation, irony, word play,

Premium Member How to Find Happiness
The real irony of life
is that we think
everybody else is
happier than we are
and has a better life
than we do.
That isn't so.
We all have dark moments
of...

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Categories: prose, courage, depression, encouraging, endurance,

Premium Member The Epidemic of Hate

If only hate was a virus;
we could immune
ourselves with love
that is pure.

Pity,
it’s a social disease—
susceptible to treatment
but impervious to cure.
...

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Categories: prose, analogy, hate, imagery, irony,

Premium Member A Voting Suggestion
As a rule 
of thumb
VOTE "NO."
Keep America
the way it was.
What we had in the 50's
is better
than what we'll get.

Janet Marie Bingham
...

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Categories: encouraging, giggle, growing up,