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Red Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Clothing Optional
Devil sends his advocate to recruit us from the office.
Is this a joke? I ask, thinking it must be.
The advocate comes in with a flourish,

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Categories: prose, irony,

Father's Dislike
Father's Dislike
American hero, a man my father would ing hate, was a real golden ball boy. Olympic athlete, he saw and did it all. Jessie...

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Categories: prose, conflict, history, war,

Who shall I tell this story
Who will heal this...

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Categories: prose, 1st grade, abortion, africa,

I think of death and wonder,
I think of death and wonder,

I think of death and wonder,
What would it be like
To depart this life?
Perhaps to drown?

Ah yes, to drown
To choke, to...

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Categories: prose, adventure, christian, death, fantasy,

Burning Trees
The suns eye is falling, ash from the ground drowns the trees
In a sea of dark grey and exfoliated black leaves Falling…
singing a song that...

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Categories: art, nature,

Flood Baby
My youngest sister was born in December 1955,
a month before the January floods.
The local river flooded the sheep station
where Dad worked, so many sheep were...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, baby, children, dad, house,

Premium Member Hell's Hospitality
The sun cries for us, its heat fades away
snowflakes sprinkle round its orbit, yet go unmelted
it feels like evening, but its yet noon
time never changes...

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Categories: prose, africa, anger, corruption, culture,

before your eyes
you withdraw more
than you put in
overdrawn now
yet once again
checks and balance
just won't solve
red lines, black numbers
slowly dissolve

the statement here
before your eyes
columns long
many equations
that don't add...

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

Premium Member Put it in your Room my Dad Orders
Loveable clowns. Doing tricks. Exciting grownups.
I am four. They terrify me. Their faces looks weird.
I hate their red lips.
Reminds me of blood.
More afraid of them...

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Categories: prose, scary,

Premium Member Longfellow's Hades
My aunt was a weirdo: she talked to trees, walked around the house naked and used to read me “The Metamorphoses” by Ovid and “The...

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Categories: prose, books, dream,

Semper fideles
I’m a victim of this life.

cursed by God, a poisoned mind
perhaps if I lacked the sight,
at peace I’d be, for beauty blinds.

I, a violent child.


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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: depression, life, loneliness, lonely,

Premium Member Perhaps it is a one-way track
She was wearing a red saree. She was wearing her mother’s ornaments. She has a simple, ordinary face, but her eyes were like a tranquil...

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Categories: prose, forgiveness,

Premium Member Of Storied Memories

Standing here in the mind of mine
passing through and over time
pulling out thoughts sublime:
sorrow, hate, pain, joy, love, sanity--
all the mould character of my humanity;


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Categories: prose, africa, allegory, america, analogy,

Epiphany of Doom
She was falling into the black hole

Slowly at first, then fast

Arms as black as coal

They were cold and sharp

Pierced her with all the hate they...

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Categories: prose, death, dream,

I love you
His red hair is almost as on fire as my cheeks when he kisses me.
The smile he flashes me from across the room, can make...

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Categories: prose, anniversary, appreciation, boyfriend, cute,

Premium Member Visit to a Mountain River
Summer is here with its extended day light
Mountains are giving up on their accumulated stock of snow piles
The river is gushing with vigor carrying fresh...

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Categories: prose, animal, bird, inspiration, nature,

Premium Member A Summer Morning
After taking a week-long break, went for a walk this morning
Saw decorations of Mother Nature for summer’s welcoming
Sun was shining with its multi million glimmers

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Categories: prose, appreciation, beauty, bird, change,




The woman I loved  most
did not...

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Categories: prose, art, creation, funny, humorous,

Menopause Moment
Menopause Moment

It comes on uninvited
And it doesn't make you excited
Heart flutters ensue
To an almighty hue
Of crimson red 
Lighting up your face and head

Next comes...

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Categories: prose, perspective,

Premium Member Freelancer's Lifestyle: The Deficiencies II
A youngster, humpbacked with wisdom, and an old man, burning with love, both of them, commuting to work on a subway, see a lot of...

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Categories: life,