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Lost Prose Poems

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


My Favourite Refuge


Facing three tall coconut trees 
There was a dark corner outside the house
Sitting wherein I could cry out my heart, 
Wipe dry my tears and...

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Categories: prose, recovery from,



Premium Member Blackbird in September
In dream lone blackbird sits on telephone line,
pleading, what more do I have to give. 

Wing once beat out a metronome in time..
leaving thoughts lost...

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Categories: prose, bird, dream, identity, loss,

THE WAILING CRY OF MAMA AFRICA
THE WAILING CRY OF MAMA AFRICA.
           
Who shall I tell this story
Who will heal this...

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Categories: prose, 1st grade, abortion, africa,

NO TO XENOPHOBIA II
THE REPLY FROM THE PRESENT TO THE PAST
            (NO TO XENOPHOBIA II) 
With the...

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Categories: prose, africa, anger, discrimination, judgement,

Premium Member ONE AND ONLY
A soul is not meant to live alone
And a heart is not meant to be lonely
A dream sometimes has a message
With a hope to believe...

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Categories: prose, beautiful, happiness, inspiration, longing,



Seasonal Fashion Tips
Not a poem but, I believe, an invaluable fashion guide
for all those style-challenged among you.
I'm in a most generous, fiddle-playing, all-dancing,
skip-to-my-lou, kinda mood.
So don't even...

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Categories: clothes, seasons,

IF WE WERE RAIN

   If we rained,
it would be different rain...
It would be rain
human, fickle,
therefore...
being rain neither
we would wet the lands
from others, or we would
fertilize other...

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Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, metaphor, poetry,

Premium Member If Your Name is Shell and If
“If you are too shy, too scared, too timid,
Then you may have some trouble with this task,” the commander said.
Shell and I smiled at each...

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Categories: prose, friendship, memory, nostalgia,

Blinded by rage
I'm blinded by rage concealed by darkness
 as I pray, the darkness hides my darkest delay
Your still on top of me and I can't breathe
Leave...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, dark, depression,

Premium Member Silence for Whispers
traded SILENCE for WHISPERS to fear not my fate-
subdued in a room with walls mirrored, slanted
just enough for me to peek at ALL my FLAWS;
and...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sorrow,

Premium Member Crib Play in the Morning
The curious eighteen-month-old decided to try
To enjoy his crib, and play with his jeep one morning.
His mother slept in until nine o’clock, 
But woke with...

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Categories: prose, baby,

Premium Member Flood Baby
My youngest sister was born in December 1955,
a month before the January floods.
The local river flooded the sheep station
where Dad worked, so many sheep were...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, baby, children, dad, house,

FREE ME
When my dreams fly away ,
to the shores of the fathomless;
I wonder.
How much was my pain culpable?
To those ,
Who just knew I prevailed.
And never lived,
my...

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Categories: bird, depression, desire, feelings,

LATE NIGHT PROSE
Late Night Prose
______________
Diary is speaking
Her late night wine
Cherry streams
Her ladened chimes

Laced in rhymes
Of passion dear
Muse befallen
Rapture smeared

Dazzled cheer
Her beating heart
Exploding wonder
Bleeding art

Sweeping sparks
Her journey within
Waters...

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Categories: prose, love,

Premium Member Hell's Hospitality
The sun cries for us, its heat fades away
snowflakes sprinkle round its orbit, yet go unmelted
it feels like evening, but its yet noon
time never changes...

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Categories: prose, africa, anger, corruption, culture,

The Unsaid

Then 
I heard him call out my name,
It was the invite to join him in the search
Of the lone parable devoid of title and form;
We...

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Categories: prose, change,

A Strange Interlude

Laughter swept out of my room
There were people known to me
Gathered to celebrate my awakening
And they all thought it was drollery
A waste of their valued...

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Categories: prose, stress,

THE SUMMER OF GOODBYE

         Theatrically moved,
         dramatically ecstatic
    ...

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Categories: prose, allusion, lost love, metaphor,

egg of memory
those worlds are lost to me now,
once achingly close,
like yesterday's rain,
but, will I see you then,
in this egg of memory,
cracked open with a sigh,
fleeing like...

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Categories: prose, memory,

Born
Breathing on a shore, nearly drowned
I rise to see my soul I’ve found.
There is nothing more divine, profound,
than love lost, trapping you to the ground.

How...

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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: heartbreak, lonely, longing, lost,