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Leaving Prose Poems

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


Dense love
Days are slow nights so peaceful
The hate is leaving not quite as vengeful
The hurt remains as scars always do
Ur image fades the longer I go...

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Categories: blessing, divorce, emotions, lost



NOT JUST ANOTHER PICTURE ON THE WALL
(NOT) JUST ANOTHER PICTURE ON THE WALL 

You came into my life at a time I needed you most
I was so lonely in a strange...

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Categories: friendship love,

Premium Member The Emperor Has No Prose
An emperor spoke in poetic verse
Which led to fame for him at first
But after some time became a curse
For the emperor had no prose.

Poetic measure...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, anxiety, humorous, people, poetry,

Contemplative Prayer
CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER

Sin
Like rain
Drumming

Causes me
To feel
Prayful

So, with
Veneration
And dragon
Fierceness

I spiritually
Fly
Inside,

Through the
Vastness
Of the galaxy,

Leaving behind
A crowd
Of sorrows

And stars
Begin to
Burn

Beginning
To feel
Dawn dew
Air,

Remembering
Harmless
Paper napkin
Ghosts.

I look
At my
Red heart
Pulse

Encountering
A fountain
Of Jesus’ blood.

I...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beauty, prayer, religious,

At First
On the warm wet day in december
I look back at my life and remember
How it was in days gone by
Everyone i loved taken and still...

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Categories: cry, death, depression, emotions,

Again They Visit
Christmas is almost here
And just as I feared
Those ghosts came back
Even this year they appeared

Doubt came and sucked the happy from me
Smiled and sucked some...

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Categories: dark, death, emotions, fear,

Premium Member Sky

the white clouds are held 
by invisible threads
they are cold and lonely
they rarely talk 

they juggle for position
yet they seldom touch
there's not a cloud 
that...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, planet, pollution, sky,



Premium Member My Son's Resting Place
All paths lead back to this place
Where you rest in eternal peace
Today a white blanket of nature
Keeps you in God’s warm embrace

Snowflakes fall around me...

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Categories: prose, death, father son, grave,

Vapor
Time, it
moves.
It 
moves into
nothing.
Nothing 
at all.
Tomorrow is
nothing.
Can’t 
touch it,
smell it,
or see it.
Tomorrow’s 
just a
concept, 
not tangible.
Time,
once past
leaves 
 vapor,
ghosts
 fading images,
feels,
smells of
what past.
Vapors
 slowly
dissipating,
losing resonance.
Fading...

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

Premium Member LEAVING THIS EARTH
Leaving the earth
an idea with
appeal
to all men of vision
this objective could be
real.
but at what cost
is it to 
be
for the cost will be
far from 
free
the sacrifices...

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Categories: prose, desire, science,

Day two
Today was day two
One of those days I'd rather be you
Today I woke up and as if on cue
Withdrawals and facing the truth

I hate these...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, loss, recovery

Too Many Cooks
They say that,
“too many cooks, spoil the soup”;
indeed, they spoil everything.

Political cooks, halfway cook the meal; 
leaving raw, tough meat and chewy bread; 
they bicker...

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Categories: community, conflict, confusion, introspection,

Premium Member Winter's Teasing Silence

As I sit here
looking out into the cold,
all motion except the flow of sight 
seem to be frozen still; even the wind
appears to have blown...

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Categories: prose, imagery, metaphor, nature, silence,

Premium Member AHOY


It is not
a foregone conclusion,
but a reality;
even porcupines
know love—
without making pain
a subsidiary organism;

The pain of love’s waves
may forth ashore,
but the waves recede
and the forth dissipates,
leaving...

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Categories: prose, 12th grade, allegory, imagery,

Premium Member Another Birth of Day



Out of the darkness of night
crept the dawn.
Steaming with thirst, 
the dry mouth sun rose—
inebriating itself with morning
dew—leaving sparkling stars of green
scattered across the quilted...

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Categories: prose, day, imagery, inspirational, introspection,

Nomad
Gazing out
into space,
into infinity.
I wander,
my
mind wanders.
I see vistas.
New, different 
vistas 
to explore.
Where have
I been?
Where will
I go?
Light fades.
Existence 
vaporizers,
leaving this
realm
for the
 next.
Where have
I
been?
Where am
I going?
Wanders we
be....

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

The Lost Paradox

Take a look inside,
Both dead and alive,
Simultaneously?
How can we measure it,
If something is living, yet finalised?

Propose a second proposal,
Preferably pick a second one,
Work, well that's...

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Categories: prose, conflict, confusion, stress,

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,

Scraggly
Scraggly 
old man
I be.
Many years
behind 
me now.
Scraggly 
old man
I be.
Toil,
hard work,
back
breaking work
only thing
I’ve ever
known.
Scraggly 
old man
I be.
Children born
all grown up,
grandchildren 
too.
Scraggly 
old man
 I be.
Scars...

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

Ordinary Or Not Ordinary
She goes to ultimate lengths to reach her  dreams because she was born to spread her wings and fly. Nothing could ever stop her...

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Categories: prose, dedication, leaving, life,


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