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Pollution Prose Poems

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

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 

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

A Shower of Sediment
In such a whimsical action 
a half-asleep routine 
shaped disrobed and left stark naked
this vehicle, this housing, a shell
scarred skin, greying hair, bones, muscle 

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Categories: prose, blessing, imagination, nature, poetry,

To Grinder Monkey Smiles
To All Mothers Everywhere
To all mothers
Why do you part your legs
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,

The River
The gush water in early spring
 From the rivers that run down the valley of mine.
 I shall call she, because she is like mother...

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Categories: prose, beautiful, childhood, god, mother,

Clouds Can Be Made To Rain
Therein lies the problem, we inadvertently do control the weather, climate warming via pollution, and clouds can be made to rain. Fauna and flora decimated,...

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Categories: nature, weather,

Premium Member The pit wheel keeps on turning
Easington Colliery 1972 

And did those Easington streets run-riot 
all the way down to the concrete wall 
that shelters the shunting trains
And did that flickering...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, pollution, poverty, religion, work,

Year 2118 AD
‘Twas two thousand and fifty AD, Planet earth found it’s tipping point, this year was decision year, leaders of every country of our world came...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, destiny, environment, planet, pollution,

100 Years From Now

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Categories: prose, future,

Genisis 1
26 Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the...

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Categories: bible, christian, community,

Premium Member A Scattered Poem
A Scattered Poem #73

I know some people in this country feel very persecuted
And believe me that all because of a man named Curtis.

Just kidding its...

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Categories: poems,

Shiny Nickels
Mama ate her collard greens with raw onions, pinching a 
morsel of greens with sweet cornbread, as juicy pork 
neckbones lay naked of meat. 


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© Sona Wilae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, black african american, family,

Morning Dew
Inwardly consumed at this early hour
Turmoil and confusion
The bad inside growing beginning to tower
Love remaining just an illusion.
The day already starting to sour.
My heart is...

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Categories: courage, devotion, love, love

Environmentally Yours

Environmentally Yours

very big words; beyond us.
not our concern; ordinary mortals.
As decent individuals we barely...

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Categories: prose, environment,

Premium Member In PostTrumpian Times
Once upon a time
Earth was formed
by Yang light radiance
and Yin moonlight flow of tidal grace.

From Her Eastern hemisphere tidal waves
and deep ocean rivers,
prevailing winds and...

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Categories: prose, culture, health, history, humor,

First its appear as thin line
Then change in falling fall
That time flow feel very joyful
Like a child without worry
After that its change in to
A deep...

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Categories: prose, pollution,

Premium Member Me Rule The World
If history has taught me anything, 
it is, that no one man, can rule the world.
Not Alexander the Great, nor Caesar,
Napoleon, and on and on...

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Categories: philosophy,

Premium Member Hang Man
   This has been a hot minute to say the cold hard truth. I second that! Glasses full of hours turn hands into...

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Categories: prose, adventure, analogy, conflict, imagery,

Premium Member GAIA is Conscious
On August 6, Hiroshima Day 2016, the world awoke to an eerie simultaneous broadcast on all radio, TV and social media outlets:

"Good Morning." "I am...

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Categories: prose, science fiction,

The Mystic River

The Mystic River

While strolling along a grassy path, beside the Mystic River
I revel in the breeze in the trees, and how it makes leaves quiver

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Categories: prose, nature, river,

Lesser Gods
Lesser gods, dressed in mortal boxes, 
have the power to build a utopia.  
Their choices, have built a hell, instead.

Human error; ego-driven, 
horse powered...

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Categories: poems, poetry, pollution, power,