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July Prose Poems

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

I was hungry and headed to one of the tents that had been set up as a field kitchen and noticed Tim who came over...

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Categories: science fiction,

I have been instructed to release the following
manuscript on the death of my client
Mr John Phillips. Who was a former officer in the Royal Air...

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Categories: science fiction,

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,

vehicle- the death angel
student they are
on the wings of knowledge,
on mirthful wings of angel,
on light of inside and outside

smiling touches them purely
fresh mind, fresh eye view to the...

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Categories: prose, death, depression, nonsense,

lazy dream mysterious death
From the heart of green naïve village
surrounded by corps field, mosque, ponds, 
ancestral grave yard, school, college, 
madrasah (islamic school) etc he is

brothers, sisters with...

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Categories: prose, sorrow,

I Dont Give A Fig About The Brouhaha
I Dont Give A Fig About The Brouhaha...
of new year's eve,
yet yours truly does consider
at least one singular plum me facet by Jeeve
er...Robert (or Rabbie)...

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Categories: prose, assonance, august, farewell, january,

Premium Member Thank You All and A Very Merry Christmas

Just wanted to say a very big thank you to all you amazing poets who took the time to comment 
on my last post ‘Sunny...

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Categories: appreciation,

i need a lawyer to take my please anyone
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Categories: prose, addiction, age, angel, assonance,

Premium Member Letter to a New Poet
Dear Aspiring Poet,
   My name is Gershon Wolf.  I am a member of this wonderful club called "Poetry Soup."  Here are...

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Categories: poems, poetry, poets,

Premium Member The Whirlwind - Collaboration with Caren Krutsinger
I was completely, utterly, totally completely in love.
We met last Thursday, our eyes melted into each other’s souls before we spoke.
Together we were beyond sensual,...

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Categories: love, romance,

'A Housewife's Work Is Never Done'
My wife, ill, I care, her whims I tend too, I care, always wishing that there was more I could do to help her back...

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Categories: care,


Poet:  Ken Jordan
Poem:  Tomorrow
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  July/2018

Tomorrow’s dawn is flameless 
It’s a silhouette, camouflaged 
by an oasis of stars...

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Categories: prose, allusion, birth, god,

4th Of July
Today was my dad’s birthday.
I do not hate this day.
He loved this day.
So,I do not hate it?
I put out flags,for him.
I am unsure why my...

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Categories: love,

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 Fate-Dreaming, Dream-Waiting
In my youth, sometimes walking down the street, I daydreamed,
fantasizing  all the thrills fate had in store for me.
Reveries of romance became reality for...

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Categories: prose, fate,

Premium Member The Nasty games of fate
In the path of loneliness, he so far was walking patiently  
There was no one to see, he was at a stage where his...

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Categories: prose, fate,

Premium Member I Doubt If I Will Be Needed To Coach
I raised my hand and said I would be a volunteer assistant coach of a girls’ football league in the 80’s.
The night before our first...

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Categories: soccer, sports,

Premium Member Sterile knot of desire
The canopy was beaming beneath radiant stars, as whirling
wedding night dances swirled round and round the garden …  
But her husband crippled, his manhood...

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Categories: prose, children, fate, marriage, time,

Born To Deceive
He was clearly a child of evil and schooled with a single task to eviscerate people in the name of greed. The attendees were clearly...

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Categories: prose, abuse, evil, fantasy,

Daniel, A Special Breed

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Categories: america, appreciation, history, holiday,