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Native American Prose Poems

These Native American Prose poems are examples of poetry about Native American Prose. These are the best examples of Prose Native American poems written by international poets.

chasing the sun
I want to tell you something that began like this: {hello, the other day I heard a spirit- tell them he said FOLLOW ME. Many...

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© mark lake  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: heart, hello, native american,

The Great Spirit and Woman
The Great Spirit and Woman 

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Categories: inspiration, men, native american,

Happy Birthday America
Hello America.  I still have high and lofty hopes and dreams of you.           ...

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Categories: prose, america, birthday, evil, god,

I’ve sat atop my boulders of woe, peering across a sun bit desert landscape, where clouds hung from its sky like cotton balls. Reflecting upon...

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Categories: emotions, feelings, happiness, hope,

A Day Well Finished
A Day Well Finished 

At the closing of the day:
As the shadows fade from light.
I pause for a moment to pray;
Before welcoming in the night.


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Categories: prose, moon, native american, night,

Premium Member When the Weight of the Sky Pushed Them Down
      I've been doing my current job for 32 years; lots of travel, places and people.  A few memories...

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Categories: bereavement, death, native american,

Native Speaks Truths
Native Speaks Truths 

She's not your princess or your squaw;
She is respected clan mother of the Chippewa.

He's not your chief, buck, or redskin:
He is a...

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Categories: anger, history, native american,

Medicine Quest
Medicine Quest 

You may sulk or you may heal;
It is the same amount of energies still.
You may concentrate on who did you wrong;
Same old dance,...

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Categories: prose, introspection, life, native american,

Premium Member Redundant Blessings
Native American Blessing

May the Great Transition Spirit of Time
co-arisingly bless us,
our habitats,
those we love
riding within Time's emerging Light
and those we remain challenged to love
with peaceful...

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Categories: prose, blessing, community, culture, god,

I Believe In You-A letter to America
I Believe In You- A short letter to America
By Curtis Johnson

Dear America,

At times, I have doubted myself and questioned you
I have cried bitter tears over...

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Categories: america, blessing, christian, devotion,

White Man's Good Ole' Days
White Man’s Good Ole’ Days

I’m the law in these parts;
This here is my town son.
You better learn your place;
Listen up until I’m done.

You can’t eat...

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Categories: prose, abuse, america, history, native

Tribute to Susan Boulet Art
Susan Boulet was an artist 1941-1997
Her paintings are famous for their layered effects which she started later on in her artistic career. She loved fantasy...

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Categories: art, death, native american,


Names are chosen to suggest aggression;
Anything smacking of peace is for suppression.
Soviet subs are Typhoons not Seabreezes.
The USAF  flies ...

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Categories: prose, humor, introspection,

Premium Member Red Cloud
Melding thoughts.. A guiding force;
Showed strength through sharing Ways, 
drew spirit, from the great One, following the wind,
finding a hollow,  gliding the currents stringing...

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Categories: native american, nostalgia,

Premium Member Love With Songs
I hold his heart now
as I have always done
yet, now he is more than my spouse
he sends me music so I know I am the...

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Categories: prose, husband,

Matutinal Features
Another dark warm day with an heavy atmosphere/Humid
Not into dark days and my washing machine is noisily killing me, 
Coffee the life hike up
The always...

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Categories: prose, africa, black african american,

I Shall Wait For You My Beloved
I shall wait for you to come my beloved
For you are my white star of twilight
The moon in the sky’s far end

I shall rise up...

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Categories: prose, death, devotion, happiness, life,

Lost Time
Cold commercial relics of industrial production;
As if production could harness the complex origin of pre-classic contemporaries.
Master’s of earthly arts and masonry,
Their blood and fears culminating...

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Categories: prose, art, inspirational, native american,

And the westerly wind,
Will blow a sea of waving grass
And the sea's fine mist 
Will breathe drops like dew
And the sinking suns
Will cloak the sky's...

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Categories: prose, allah, celebration, creation, hope,

The Man Who Loved Gimewanookwe
He searches her face, scarcely remembering a time
He did not know her; seeing now her dark eyes
Surrounded by age and closed against the pain.

He searches...

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© deb radke  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, husband, loss, love, native