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Judgement Prose Poems

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


Premium Member How Can The Blinded Ever Bear To See
How Can The Blinded Ever Bear To See

Above drudgery of this life
skies just begging to be seen
sun sends its warmth and its hello
to a humanity...

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Categories: prose, art, culture, deep, humanity,



ADVANCE KNOWLEDGE
I met Elmo - he said your civilization is far behind,
you haven't even reached esp, you're just one kind,
there are new 'failsafes,' I can't read...

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Categories: destiny, future, judgement,

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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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, analogy, seasons, spiritual,

Premium Member VIRTUE AND VICE
Nature does not recognize the power in all things, but humanity does, as it is only a human virtue, so is vice. Both are attributes...

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Categories: analogy, christian, conflict, judgement,

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, 
She...

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Categories: prose, integrity, society,



Eating Badly
Eating Badly with diabetes is a Suicide Mission.

I know, because Artur Anczarski, says so.

He is the Prophet, he is the Saint,
And nothing he says, is...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, depression, food, introspection,

AWKWARD GIRL
I hold memories of the little girl 
the one whose fingers are blocks of wood
the fragile cup
slips wilfully from her grip
smashed into tiny pieces
she, standing...

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Categories: prose, anxiety, childhood, confidence, growing

Premium Member ASHES TO ASHES
ASHES TO ASHES

If all of me sums up a to a pile of smoldered ash... 
Then all of me could fit into a glass; 
If...

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Categories: prose, christian, fear, judgement,

I Do Not Know The Secret
I Do Not Know The Secret...,
Asper Art Of Writing Acclaimed Poem...

Not purposeful intent,
when tasking self (Das Scribe)
a nondescript member of
Homo sapiens village people tribe
metaphorical spear...

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Categories: prose, america, creation, dedication, judgement,

The Authors book
Metatron’s secretarial skills, translating, recording Akashic; a vigilant worker, indeed!
Every soul is an author; the greatest literary compendium, the book of life, is written by...

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Categories: angel, god, heaven, introspection,

Mondays are not meant for miseries
I walked into new rooms and realised my love for gardens , hiding under verdant bushes and seeking my mates hiding from me and how...

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Categories: prose, celebration,

Premium Member INSTANT EVERYTHING
INSTANT EVERYTHING

I don't feel sorry for you.
You got what you wanted;
instant food, instant entertainment,
instant relationships, instant sex,
instant babies.
Your life is phony and made up
by unreal...

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Categories: prose, courage, evil, fear, forgiveness,

Premium Member Have You Met The New Girl
Have you met the new girl?
I admitted that I had not.
She is nuts.
Aha. Suddenly I pay more attention.
 
Have you met Sheila?
Not yet.
She wears crazy...

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Categories: prose, 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Save my soul
Sometimes as I lay awake at night, Oh the dreams I must fight, Trying to resist takes all my might, He must get some evil...

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© jay moore  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, god,

Premium Member I Will Not Fear The Night
INSTANT EVERYTHING

I don't feel sorry for you.
You got what you wanted;
instant food, instant entertainment,
instant relationships, instant sex, instant babies.
Your life is phony and made up...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, courage, feelings,

Animal
We
are animals.
Having the
same instincts 
as any animal.
Law of the
jungle courses 
through our
veins.
Hormones flush
clouding  
judgement, wrecking 
havoc on reason
and intellect.
Procreation,
self preservation 
strongest of 
animal
instincts. 
Sex...

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, art,

When Reason Goes Out The Window
I find it curious that people will debate the nature of God, with one side saying it is irrelevant as He doesn't exist and the...

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Categories: angst, atheist, god, humanity,

B28-P12-MAY BE TOMORROW
POEM 12 MAY BE TOMORROW 



MYBE TOMORROW I WILL BE SITTING BESIDE YOU STARING INTO YOUR WONDERFUL LOOKING EYES. 

MYBE TOMORROW MY STOMACH DOES A...

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Categories: prose, 6th grade, 9th grade,

Imperfectly Perfect
Imperfectly Perfect
My walk, I strut
Just to stiffle the hurt
Only, to protect my heart
From the world, that won't play it's part
The world that doesn't understand that
Beyond...

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Categories: courage, depression, emotions, encouraging,

Premium Member WHY ALZHEIMER S
Why Alzheimer's

Sitting blank with nothing to think on my mind
Feels like a dry well in my head.
Nothing old or new under my sun.
Thirsty for knowledge...

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Categories: anger, daughter, evil, farewell,