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Prayer Prose Poems

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


Father Above
Father above, I reach out my arms towards your heavenly home. I ask you to hear my prayers and remember me.
And by your great love...

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Categories: god, prayer,



Premium Member Pressed Linens
Pressed Linens 


I left for the church when called to serve
A need for help in the kitchen was the request
When I arrived I saw the...

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Categories: appreciation, change, christian, death,

TRUTH
     
     PRAYER OF TRUTH
The truth is clear.
like a sunny day!
The lie is dark.
like deep cave ...
He...

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Categories: prose, prayer, truth, wisdom, words,

Premium Member A PRAYER
AN EASTER PRAYER

Dear Lord,

Protect us from ourselves.
Teach us to be gentle, humble people
who can love and trust our family.
Keep us loyal to each other,
and satisfied...

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Categories: prose, christian, desire, environment, faith,

Premium Member The Woman in the Morning
THE WOMAN IN THE MORNING 

As the quiet around her beckons her call upward, 
she bows her head and begins her address to her Heavenly...

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Categories: christian, faith, for her,

Premium Member A Spring Of Life Celebration

In the consuming time of day
the water of the no longer frozen pond
is again home to a family of ducks
floating quietly in the center, as...

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Categories: prose, animal, beauty, imagery, metaphor,

Rosary
ROSARY

I chant a prayer –
The light goes on
A wheel turns
And the world oscillates
Without beginning nor end
At least
By human laws

I chant a prayer again
The world spins...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, poetry, religious,



Contemplative Prayer
CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER

Sin
Like rain
Drumming

Causes me
To feel
Prayful

So, with
Veneration
And dragon
Fierceness

I spiritually
Fly
Inside,

Through the
Vastness
Of the galaxy,

Leaving behind
A crowd
Of sorrows

And stars
Begin to
Burn

Beginning
To feel
Dawn dew
Air,

Remembering
Harmless
Paper napkin
Ghosts.

I look
At my
Red heart
Pulse

Encountering
A fountain
Of Jesus’ blood.

I...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beauty, prayer, religious,

Where Is Gethsemane
Over the 2000 year period since the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, thousands of people have toured the 'Holy Sights' in Jerusalem and...

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Categories: easter,

Premium Member Our Father
Your face is hidden from me now

And I am in mourning

I whispered to you daily asking for guidance 

I received a blade to slice out...

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Categories: angel, bereavement,

Premium Member ASHES TO ASHES
ASHES TO ASHES

If all of me sums up a to a pile of smoldered ash... 
Then all of me could fit into a glass; 
If...

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Categories: prose, christian, fear, judgement,

I'm Seeing Green
I'm thinking green and waving goodbye to Winter's brown. I'm hearing green like sweet sounds of resurrection. I'm tasting green and digesting its nutrients. ...

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Categories: prose, life, spring,

Credo Of An Old Soul
I love my family but am not wholeheartedly committed to them.

I am significantly detached from society as a whole itself.

I shall always embrace my inner...

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Categories: character, faith, inspirational, philosophy,

Weary Tears
Weary Tears

So the tears fall, softly, gently;
Like the forgotten leaves of summer.
Tears, little drops of salty water.
Silent, sweeping ever onward down the cheeks.

Then sits down...

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Categories: prose, adventure, anxiety, dedication, depression,

Cosmic Fireworks

Spiritual illumination,
celestial  luminosity
has a halo glow

The reflected magnitude of infinity
is prism immeasurable

Prayer tears
spark cosmic fireworks

The speed of salvation
is faster than light

Multi-galactic mercy
is pure godly
The...

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Categories: prose, imagery, spiritual, stars, visionary,

Just Ask, Do Not Assume
beginning to lose her patience; 
short-tempered quite frequently no one knows, for she goes unnoticed
not one has seen the flame once so small for now...

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Categories: prose, life, loneliness, lonely,

another Christmas
the mountain snow that fell last night
melting quick in morning light
the wind blows hard and is so cold
desert winters like this we know

another Christmas put...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: winter,

CHRISTMAS IS LOVE
lets be together
things will be better
if we take the lords hands
and together band
on this day
as christmas is love
it from  its soul from heaven above
CHRISTMAS...

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Categories: prose, caregiving, prayer,

PRAYER: power or placebo-- part I
Does prayer work? Or is it merely the placebo effect when things get better?Your mind convinces itself you are feeling better and you do. Your...

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Categories: allusion, angst, appreciation, faith,

B26-P15- MY LOVE FOR YOU IS FOREVER
POEM 15 MY LOVE FOR YOU IS FOREVER 



MY LOVE FOR YOU IS FOREVER WHEN I LOOK INTO HER EYES I SEE INSIDE OF HER...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, appreciation, homework,


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