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Rights Prose Poems

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


Ways And Means 2
  

Violence is neither the way nor the means to an end
In a Democratic Republic.  However, non violent protest
Is a protected right under...

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Categories: america,



NEVER GIVE UP
fighting for your rights
can be a tough fight 
so  to have a  better day
staand up  have your say
 fall down 
get off...

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Categories: prose, abuse, adventure,

HOW TO FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS
where your push down
feel your bound
here's the sound
get out the ground
hold hands together stand
have  a plan
black yellow brown or white
this is
HOW TO FIGHT
FOR YOUR...

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Categories: prose, absence, abuse, adventure,

WORK TO BE DONE
tho we  got this far
and know who we are
and the lords star
many rights we won
for change some are still insane
there more so go open...

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Categories: prose, adventure, crazy,

THE FIGHTS RIGHTS GOES ON
they open the door
mabe your poor
you belong
some the tone
for  a better llife
for you and I this is no lie
it was not wrong
THE FIGHT FOR...

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Categories: prose, adventure, africa,



Actual Miles
Hello love
Thanks so much
For the new shoes
You've got me
Walkin' in
You know they say you can't 
Judge a person
Til you've walked a mile
In theirs
My new ones...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, happiness, i

Crimson
Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  Crimson 
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  March/2019

Her glorious existence 
exposed to billions around 
the globe  -

Thine...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beautiful, color, flower,

Premium Member LEAVING THIS EARTH
Leaving the earth
an idea with
appeal
to all men of vision
this objective could be
real.
but at what cost
is it to 
be
for the cost will be
far from 
free
the sacrifices...

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Categories: prose, desire, science,

The Wager
A friendly wager between the two
A shake of hands and it was through 
God and the Devil struck a deal
How many souls could they steal
subjects...

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Categories: poems,

The Fracturing Empire
The top has always been nothing but rough and tumble.
But things really started to get bad when the bottom began to crumble.
Race and gender have...

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Categories: prose, america, political,

RIGHTS HAS NO COLOR
we' all the lords child
walk with a smile
we're sister and brothers
no matter if your
Black or white
make a stand together band
RIGHTS
HAS NO CORLOR


...

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Categories: prose, discrimination,

RIGHTS
life is a tone
to go on
some words or strong
you belong
to be apart of life
always
stand up mabe fess
for your
RIGHTS...

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Categories: prose, discrimination,

WE HAVE COME ALONE WAY
sucess is sound
don't give up now
devil is still around
so many paid the prices
for us to have rights
get hook
read your history book
what we  had to...

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Categories: prose, adventure, betrayal,

Ethereal Riff
How could
it have 
gone?
I see 
paths,
so many 
paths.
Infinite
in nature.
Twist and
and turns,
lefts and rights.
Fork after fork
choice after
choice.
How
to navigate?
Where to 
turn?
Each path,
unique.
Each path
a different 
reality.
Different 
universe.
Different 
endings,
different...

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, art,

When Reason Goes Out The Window
I find it curious that people will debate the nature of God, with one side saying it is irrelevant as He doesn't exist and the...

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Categories: angst, atheist, god, humanity,

Ego or Soul
Since the ancient Greeks, the West has developed individuality as an ideal; this led to many good things like democracy, political rights and creativity. But...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, assonance, creation,

B28-P8-8 WAITING FOR YOU
POEM 8 WAITING FOR YOU 



WAITING FOR YOU IF ONLY I HAD THE GUTS TO TELL YOU HOW I FEEL. 

WAITING FOR YOU I WOULD...

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Categories: prose, 9th grade, appreciation, assonance,

Premium Member To The Aced Ones


Out of the day, veiled
in curtains of deceit and lies,
on the wings of realities I sail,
dispelling inferno-like evil cries.

Bullies come in all shapes and forms,
practicing...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, bullying, evil,

It's A Crying Shame 2
Martin Luther King would not tolerate it, and call it a crying shame.            ...

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Categories: prose, america, emotions, faith, freedom,

Premium Member Shame On All The Democrats
Shame on all the Democrats

Shame on all the Democrats that did not vote 
Now we are going to really get it 
With this new judge...

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Categories: rights,