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Natural Disasters Prose Poems

These Natural Disasters Prose poems are examples of poetry about Natural Disasters Prose. These are the best examples of Prose Natural Disasters poems written by international poets.


COLD AND HOT TEA
if you have a cold
have hot soup bold
so you feel heavenly
its hot your sweat a lot
than its
COLD AND HOT TEA
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Categories: prose, adventure, natural disasters,



To Grinder Monkey Smiles
To All Mothers Everywhere
To all mothers
everywhere
Why do you part your legs
toward
the 21st Centaury
Didn’t you know
That the future is our final station
Where the monkey sits and...

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Categories: prose, age, birth, death, future,

MORE TO COME
its not over yet
we will get
watch the moon
it 'll be here soon
winter cold  and snow
and some
MORE TO COME

...

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Categories: prose, natural disasters,

Atlantis
 Antediluvian shadow lost to time;
A republic ancient and true.

Sister Lemuria and brother Mu, 
are ghosts of better times.

Triplets swim the tides and passing whales...

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Categories: city, myth, natural disasters,

My Winter
I remember one night last winter when we thought it was snow falling, but we were wrong. It was ice.

We went out that night and...

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Categories: prose, adventure, car, introspection, january,

Appreciation Amidst Irma
Appreciation Amidst Irma©

After watching Irma terrorize Florida and the Caribbean
This is what appreciation looks like

I appreciate that 

I have hydro with which to make my...

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Categories: appreciation, natural disasters,

Premium Member Reflection
Reflection

There has been more advance in the last hundred years
than in centuries. At first they seemed wondrous, a
miracle as they helped us in multiple ways...

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Categories: prose, corruption, culture, environment, natural



The Problem of Melancholy
          What is melancholy? What does it mean to feel melancholy? Is it just depression, or...

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Categories: depression, encouraging, hope, motivation,

This the world humans want
'O' spirits of land and Gods,
You beautify our world, 
With crops, fruits and forest roots;
Lakes flow full of precious water,
Vacillating fresh air to breath;
I kindle...

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Categories: prose, environment, natural disasters, nature,

Premium Member Fair Market Values
The prices we each gladly agree to pay
for our attachment to healthy joys
is sadness within their too distant absence.

We each and all have natural disasters,
large...

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Categories: prose, destiny, earth, health, political,

A City Lay In Ruins
These faceless-ageless friends didn’t find her hiding. 

Instead there was a special gift:
The ability to hide in the creases of time, helping her stay hidden....

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© Stone Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, allusion, city, destiny, natural

Premium Member I Wish I Was a Wandering Tree
I wish I was a wandering tree because then I'd make lots of relationships. The sun, so startling with glamour, with the sky, just a...

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Categories: desire, dream, education, flower,

Will Cherry Blossoms Bloom Again
Will Cherry Blossoms Bloom Again?

The wrath of nature shows it face, in cherry-blossom land
Where the Tsunami spewed salt water, and churned up piles of sand
As...

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Categories: prose, natural disasters,

3 Days of Darkness Upon the Earth
Dear Poetry Soup friends,

I am a born again Christian and follower of Jesus Christ. If you have not taken the time to learn of the...

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Categories: prose, jesus, natural disasters,

STORMY WEATHER
(Ode to Storm Sandy)


Winter storms and howling winds, 
Cutting paths to clear its way.
Angry ocean waves crashing on shore,
Crumbling structures along its path.

Wonder where this...

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Categories: natural disasters, scary, usa,

LIFE and DEATH
Morbid curiosity,
Rubberneckers on the highway,
Expectations of disaster,
Agonizing cries of survivors.

Lost at sea,
Buried in water.
No flowers to keep,
Mourning cries of disaster.

Hurricanes and tornadoes,
Sweeping the land clear.
Leaving...

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Categories: loss, natural disasters,

Lost Ones
Fire on the mountain and smoke in the sky,
red embers floating then settling in dry timber
crackling like crunching bones goes on forever
howling in the distance...

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© George Aul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animal, death, fire, natural

Sights And Sounds Above
Sights And Sounds Above 
By Curtis Johnson

It’s late April, and almost May Day,            ...

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Categories: april, celebration, community, fear,

Premium Member IN THIRTY-FIVE MINUTES
IN THIRTY-FIVE MINUTES

The angels are rushing and running left to right,
they are careful as wounded-soldier eyes plead
as thirty-five minutes ago...
- - - - - -...

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Categories: prose, dark, death, earth, environment,

The Aftermath of the Sixth Seal
At the end of a warm night the ink has dried on the paper. All the hands have been shook and the kind gestures and...

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Categories: bible, jewish, natural disasters,


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