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Prison Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Eleanor Rigby
the sun was
leaching its yellow elongated shadows
across the shunting trains of 
Liverpool Lime Street station

the sun wavered for a short moment
being held there fast
then, as...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, lost love, memory,



Premium Member JOSEPH AND HIS COAT OF MANY COLOURS

Historically and biblically true, first Abraham, Isaac,
Then Jacob, who loved
Joseph, his 11th son more than any other,
He was his beloved.
Joseph would interpret his father’s dreams,
But...

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Categories: prose, family,

Premium Member Momentum
He stared at the empty sheet in front of him. Everything had been said. Minstrel’s nightmare and it was only ten in the morning. Writer’s...

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Categories: encouraging,

Premium Member SPIRITUAL MEAT
I use to stay hungry, would eat a healthy portion of meat. Still I felt incomplete, I was destined to repeat until I heard of...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, beautiful, character, encouraging,

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,



Abandoners
Stay is such a strong word
Some people are Stayers
Some people are Abandoners
Some people are stuck in-between
What do we call them...

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Categories: confusion, divorce, marriage, moving

Rainbow Children of Light

After every dark downpour,
the tears of heaven makes the sky brighter
But many still only blindly see
through the prism of pain
So sadly, 
they continue to have...

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Categories: prose, identity, spiritual, truth, wisdom,

Premium Member Will Morning Never Come
Night hovers around me, 
touching with fingers of dread.
My empty heart is subjugated 
to the pain smothering me.
Eyes, I keep shut tight 
so that demons...

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Categories: prose, angst, write,

Premium Member What I Promised I Cannot Do
The first inkling of a breakthrough.  Jim moved his finger today.
I am horrified, knowing him.  Knowing the vibrant, strong man,
The proud man who...

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Categories: sick,

Injustice
--Child sexual abuse---

Come all ye victim's, not triumphant!
The Injustice boggles the mind!
The rabbid wolf was on the prowl,
For a meal to flavor his wine.

The E-room...

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Categories: prose, abuse,

Chosen One
You're beautiful, I'm sure you know.
Girls surround you, hoping to be yours.
You chose me.

One month was all it took.
Forty-three thousand, eight hundred minutes.
Our first I...

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Categories: prose, abuse, anger, dark, fear,

The truth
As I sit and wonder what did I do, Captive me the animal locked in this zoo, Ahh! the truth if they only new, How...

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© jay moore  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, crazy, dark, death, evil,

Free
Often I wonder why me? So many others get to be free, Is there a reason I just cant see? They get to decide my...

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© jay moore  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, crazy, dark, evil, horror,

Premium Member The Screen Flickers
Thoughts flood my mind 
when I’m alone
Close to my computer 
I am sin prone
These flames of lust 
they flicker within me
Images intertwined 
begging me to...

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Categories: conflict, desire, lust,

Freedom
Feel the freedom at last,
Ramble freely in free world,
Free from body, 
Free from dreams;
Was always enslaved by duties, 
Until perched in body shell; 
Dreams and...

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Categories: prose, freedom, life,

Unadulterated History
Unadulterated History.

In 1931, a white woman accused five Hawaiian men of rape. They were acquitted. The woman's mother showed up and demanded retribution for her...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, racism,

Premium Member A Touch Of Death Is Around Every Corner
A Touch Of Death Is Around Every Corner  #214

A touch of death is around every corner   
Don't worry, you will be here...

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Categories: life,

Premium Member ENTROPY
caught in the struggle to shine bright
upon the barred ledge
glass slats between the eyes of an iron mask
cut the shapes for new streams of light
twilight...

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Categories: prose, dark, freedom, hope, inspiration,

Premium Member We Have In The Office Of The President
We Have In The Office Of The President  #159  

We have In the office of the president
A man who is not competent? 
He...

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Categories: prose, political,

Premium Member Quite A Pickle
Quite A Pickle    #119

Love, hope, peace and charity
This is what I have to give the world
And maybe it will spread throughout the...

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Categories: people,