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Kids Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Rambling Poetry
Poetry is tangerine and other potent or poisonous colors.
It is the breath you feel at the nape of your neck and
the strong caress of flesh...

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Categories: poetry, writing,

Premium Member Four Cafes
I was off for my vacation. After a long flight and drive, I reached my cozy apartment. Stars like diamonds filled the cold January night....

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Categories: drink, food, january, sun,

Premium Member Kariba
One sunny day, two big animals are walking in the field.  The first animal said, "Do you see what I see?"

"What?... Where?!", replied the...

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Categories: animal, care, environment,

Premium Member A Divine Moment
The sun was setting, with a beautiful color leaving in the Sky. We were heading to Edinburg. Our van stopped on the way, as that...

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Categories: allah, allegory,

Premium Member Fall in Love with Your Foster Brother
Fall in love with your new brothers and sisters said the Mom.
So, they did their best, and it was not always easy.
This was the family...

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

Premium Member The Meaning of Life
He awoke one morning befuddled, adrift in a world he could not grasp.  At breakfast he told his family he had to go and...

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Categories: life,

Premium Member Terrified by Children
Lester’s parents decided to homeschool him.
Mommy and Daddy had both been bullied when they were kids.
Kids are horrible, they told Lester.
We will not have any...

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Categories: prose, parents,

Premium Member Sunday Morning Joggers
Goodness, I nearly lost my balance on the spiral seashells and broken sea stone chipping matrix.
My quaint obsession with marine life and that skyline paradox...

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Categories: age, art, birth, devotion,

Premium Member Hitchhiker From Another World Part 3
Just as well I was driving at a moderate speed.
Having resumed control I spied Lelia sticking her tongue out at those reckless varmints.
She stopped the...

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Categories: art, august, beautiful, beauty,

One Dream; Two Realities
Each and every junction of a big city were blooding
Along with the relatives in dirty dark cabins
There was no age limit for the melancholic sobbing

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Categories: dream, hope, war,

Premium Member Rush Amid The Rapids Published
The greatest performance of my life.  
Howard’s proud piece de resistance award  on Poetry Nook for my magnum opus “Rush Amid The Rapids”...

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Categories: adventure, age, appreciation, art,

Premium Member Kansas Tornado
Howling winds of Kansas made us cry out that August
We felt threatened.
Sounded like a train 
Then deadly quiet
Tornado was here

Someone yelled “get the kids!”
We survived...

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Categories: prose, wind,

Premium Member I Want to be Sent to the Office
I see why kids want to be sent to the office
The office is a “happening place” – I mean truly busy 
Every second someone is...

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Categories: prose, school,

Annoying Basketball Kid 2009
It was to be a lazy afternoon
  spent at a nearby park.
 Jordan, Anthony, and I 
  swung on the swings 

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Categories: 10th grade, age, anger,

Premium Member Product of Two Farm Kids
Anger whisked herself into a gray frenzy of clouds, bordering on black.
A snow blizzard might be on her way; the wind picked up. I looked...

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