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My Children Prose Poems

These My Children Prose poems are examples of poetry about My Children Prose. These are the best examples of Prose My Children poems written by international poets.

Ode to a Dead Black Rat
Black Rat;
        Laying on your stomach in the grass.
Looking so alive by the ant-hill;

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Categories: prose, allegory, angst, animal, crazy,

Dat Ole River
 Dat Ole River (The Calcasieu)

Dats a lazy ole river, dats a muddy ole river.   
Dat river she flows on and on and...

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Categories: prose, boyfriend, character, children, my

To My Children
To my children who I love more than the breath God gave me, 
and will love until in death that God will lay me.


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Categories: children, love,

Premium Member Poet
What use am I to the world
I sometimes sit and wonder
The mirror shows me an old lady,
drained at last of her thunder.
Do I simply breath...

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Categories: prose, poetry, poets,

Premium Member PROTOTYPES
Nowhere on land to be me- Being the prototype of mankind is hard. Maybe I'll return to the sea. Liken to the chicken nesting in...

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Categories: prose, creation, deep, identity, life,

Premium Member Inspiration From Marlee Bee
Inspiration comes disguised in a variety of ways.  News stories. Flash floods. A crying child in a grocery store.  A person sitting along...

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Categories: prose, inspiration, inspirational,

Premium Member Mentoring Program Feeds
My job was to set up ten mentors for my children at my school. I set up sixteen.
The training was after school yesterday and thirteen...

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Categories: food,





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Categories: prose, 9th grade, appreciation, i

Let It Be Written
If you saw something beautiful in a people, a place, a thing;
If you heard about something  captivating and fantastic;
If you felt something soothing and...

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Categories: blessing, children, christian, family,

Premium Member My grandfather's rose bush
     Grandfather's rose bushes

My grandfather loved his roses. He would care for them and ensure they survived the Winter. He was...

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Categories: prose, england, family, grandfather, tribute,

To fathers, with You in mind

Father man, valued planner
and earner at your wife's side,
pillar of our homes,
children's needs are met
with your fathering
and in return you're a happy father.
“Our Father in...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, dad, father, father

My Lilacs
I love my lilacs. 
A sign of life that blooms
A tear to my eye, oh their fragrance
Cone-shaped petals of lavender and white
They forever grow in...

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Categories: prose, flower, life, lost, love,

Life found in a Dream
Moments to Reflect
Life found in a Dream
Today I’m a lonely man living in a cold, cold world filled with indifferences and malice. As time...

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Categories: prose, inspiration, spiritual,

Premium Member WHY ALZHEIMER S
Why Alzheimer's

Sitting blank with nothing to think on my mind
Feels like a dry well in my head.
Nothing old or new under my sun.
Thirsty for knowledge...

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Categories: anger, daughter, evil, farewell,

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Categories: courage, emotions, grandmother, loneliness,

I passed my driving test when I was seventeen,
then I could vote at eighteen, didn't know what it would mean;
my first blow-job was a cause...

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Categories: brother, celebration, dad, my

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 ,

Kids learn by living,
Learning is through living,
Learning is for life,through life,
 And throughout life.
Train them to look up to and respect,
Train them to be fair...

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Categories: care, character, children, encouraging,

In the Amaranthine Era
In the Amaranthine Era

By J. Philip Harris

Of all the echoes that I remember
All the smallish voices that still linger
The precious moments missed which fell through...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, emotions, encouraging,

A torment of pain transcended the eons of my ethnicity, engraving on the white pyramids of Chichen-Itza my life. Walking the pebbled courtyards and...

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Categories: confusion, history, sorrow,