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Kindergarten Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Reminiscing About Small Town Life
I unconditionally love the eutony heard by
my soul when I hear certain words.
zing, zip, zeal, zest, zealot, zipper, and z,
are particular favorites, for several sing-songy...

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

Premium Member Do Your Grandchildren A Favor
In the olden days at school the only time we heard squealing in elementary class was when Kitty wore a new hair bow like ours,...

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Categories: prose, grandchild, grandparents, school,

Premium Member Mission Incomplete Eagle Failure
All you have to do is swoop down in front of a grade school, grab up a kindergarten student, and fly off.
This will strike terror...

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Categories: prose, fantasy,

Premium Member That Is Your Job
That is your job, the mama tells us at school.
We feed her child breakfast, lunch, and an after school snack free of charge.
We give her...

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Categories: children, mother, mother daughter,

The Gift
When I was a young child, you were an old gray headed man that shuffled along slowly, aided by a cane. You never could move...

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Categories: 12th grade, 8th grade ,

Call a Priest, My Father Said
My father never talked much about religion but he went to Mass every Sunday, the 6:30 Mass where few people would be and he wouldn’t...

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Categories: christian,

Child Reading a Magazine
Jack, age 6, loves the iPad he uses in kindergarten. He already navigates the net to some degree. But when he accompanied his father to...

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Categories: computer,

The pain was indescribable as that color was part 6
Once my father made me a crown. I was five maybe, it was the fanciest crown you have ever seen, I am sure. As it...

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Categories: cry, heart, heartbreak, love

I Walked in Her Shoes Once Again
On Monday I tried to call you but no one was home.
On Tuesday I walked to your home and  rang the doorbell.
There was no...

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Categories: best friend, farewell, feelings,

Mom's Most Incredible Day Ever
Have you ever had a day that you wanted to relive over and over again? A day when the craziness of the world was far...

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Categories: autumn, innocence, joy, kindergarten,

A view of man
A man impatient on the corner
Waiting for the light to say walk
As cars drive by splashing mud
Oblivious to anything going on
A truck pulls too far...

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Categories: christian, city, creation, introspection,

Lessons of love
To love you is like
Learning in the kindergarten,
Honor your teacher with
All the heart and soul.

To love you is like
To learn the song,
To sing as you...

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Categories: prose, love, romance, love,