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Princess Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Russian roulette
Russian roulette
 
Beautiful young woman danced on a stage on the border of Austin Texas,
moving like a beautiful butterfly in the breeze.
She held the attention...

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Categories: prose, dark, irony, suicide, war,



You are my princess
The magical bond that we share for a lifetime
A lifetime is dedicated for it.
A lifetime will fall short to ponder the love on you (my...

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Categories: prose, cute love, daughter,

Bad Character
Bristling, brazen bodily harm
Beat the diggings, darn his composure
Stalwart, states so smug, self satisfied
His wounded victim flees
Those with soul and feelings flee
His epitaphs burn deep
Like...

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Categories: prose, political,

RENT THEME
If thats that then what's this?
If it's guilt trip,
I don't have time for it,

If it's fake bliss,
why can't I return even to miss?

If that's that,
and...

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Categories: blessing, books, chocolate, earth,

FATE POOR
                     Had I been a...

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Categories: prose, fate, fun,

FAIRY TALE
What is love? 
The Princess asked the little fairy
Who was wet in premature rain.
'My obeisance to thee, Princess,
It is like rain, immature rain'
The Princess looked...

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Categories: prose, fairy, love, princess,

Premium Member I Enjoy Stories Of Princes and Princesses
I Enjoy Stories Of Princes and Princesses  #224

I enjoy stories of princes and princesses
Everything about them fascinates me 
Always in a magical land 
With...

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Categories: write,

make me yours pt1:erotica
Mitchell had been teasing Chris all day. It was one of those glorious "come to my house and watch black panther "Saturday's. Mitchell had soaked...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, anxiety,

Premium Member My Guardian Angel
I suppose,
as a pretentiously self-uberespecting Wise Elder,
I should be alpha-embarrassed to admit
my youngest son,
unable to speak or even sign,
unable to even successfully chew and swallow...

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Categories: prose, angel, family, humor, language,

The Fate of a Princess - The Ridiculous Conclusion
"Do you really think I am that heartless to just leave my parents in danger without any shame? Guilt? I felt all of that. Many...

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Categories: allegory,

The Fate of a Princess - The Great Act
"Um... I... you see.... um... I." What exactly was Princess Layla supposed to say? The thing is, I kept dreaming about this boy who seems...

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Categories: crazy,

The Fate of a Princess - The Lonely Journey
In the passage of 12 full moon, Princess Layla traveled along the forest hidden from sight, her only companion Lucy, the Great Black Steed. But...

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The Fate of a Princess - The Great Escape
Anastasia was all too eager because the dream she dared not speak of in fear of jinxing it was finally coming true.

Back in the princess's...

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Categories: betrayal, dark,

The Fate of a Princess - The Opportunity Taken
Princess Layla, daughter of king Philip, had her life set since the day of her birth. From a young age, she was taught embroidery and...

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Categories: culture,

Princess
So you will marry the princess, my son.
I don’t love the princess, my father, at least not that one.
There is only one princess, my son....

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Categories: prose, i love you,

Premium Member Parting Instructions For My Oldest
You did not choose to be born,
much less Black Lives Really Should Equally Matter born
into this legacy,
your familial and civil Two-Connecticuts destiny.

I realize that,
And regret...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, caregiving, health, integrity,

Premium Member UnWoven Memories
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
and cooperatively-organized,
extended matriarchal farm.

Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear...

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Categories: prose, culture, family, farm, happiness,

Just another Crush
she just looked
And gave another beat 
to the heart which stopped long ago,
she just smiled
and gave another life
to the body which is dead long ago,
who...

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Categories: prose, angel, beauty, i love

Queer Theory
Old Jane Gallagher, 
she was fine, 
in that sun shining on an every-day-girl sort of way.
Giggling 
as her checkers clacked and she stacked up her...

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Categories: prose, confusion, first love, funny

Premium Member Making Hay
Make hay while the sun shines.

I grew up as a closeted polypathic nature-mystic
on a marginal, at best, family farm
in Michigan.

This farm was my embryonic home,
an...

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Categories: prose, depression, family, farm, health,