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Rude Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Why are some people so damn Rude
Why are some people so damn rude? 

They do not care a bit about me or you 
They only look out for themselves
never a care...

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Categories: rude,

Premium Member Non-Thinking Hand It Over Flowers
The loud fastest growing 
non-thinking hand-it-over
flowers are abrasive
to some who feel they are truly weeds, 
just messing up us real flowers 

Their gnarly appearance is

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Categories: prose, anti bullying, bullying, corruption,

Premium Member Asian Epicurean Quest
Asian Epicurean Quest

At the heart of China Town, Kuala Lumpur (capital of Malaysia) is Petaling Street.
Domain of hustlers, hucksters, cheap-jacks and diblers; purveyors...

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Categories: prose, food,


Curmudgeon staring me down, what do you think betwixt those eyes? I dare to stare back this time. “Are you having a...

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Categories: people,

Premium Member Loving Miss RaggleToots
She was the best teacher ever born in our county, a tiny woman with a giant adventurous soul.
Miss Fizzle from Magic School bus was probably...

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Categories: prose, teacher,

Premium Member Today Is Shake Up Day At School
Today is shake up day. We all knew it was coming.
Two of the teachers have been rejoicing for six weeks that they only had eight...

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Categories: prose, life, school,

Joe's Struggle
Here comes Joe. He is hard to look at. The poor man cannot lift his head. Joe suffers from Parkinson’s disease, severe osteoporosis, eczema and...

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Categories: faith,

Premium Member All Aboard
   Who suggests a trip back...rides to this bit of nostalgia in the middle years of the Great Depression aboard a Chicago elevated...

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Categories: city, imagery, perspective,

What vs Why
Why is that, do you ever ask?
Why did she surrender, 
Why is he wearing a mask, 
Why is she so emotional, 
Why he is so...

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Categories: prose, conflict, evil, hope, inspiration,

I taught a Chinese friend a new word:
which was 'bollocks,' surprisingly he didn't
know what that meant and threatened to
look up the meaning of it on...

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Categories: humor, innocence, rude,

Stolen Identity

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Categories: money, recovery from, technology,

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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From Laetitia to Euphoria an Epistle Warning against Melancholia: Part I
Dear Euphoria,

Melancholia is one of the more destructive downfalls in existence that one can suffer. Once engaged, it is easily the most difficult humour to...

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Categories: prose, depression, friend, metaphor, philosophy,

Sticks and Stones
An ominous childhood rhyme
Recited as an incantation 
To veil truly hurt feelings
Sticks and stones
Indeed are much less painful
Than the unkind
A sting from a stranger
A rack...

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Categories: abuse, anti bullying, bullying,

Not A Poem But A Thank You
Not A Poem But A Thank You

Hello All.  I'm sorry if I am late in responding to any review.  I truly want to...

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© Lisa Ricci  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thank you,

Her Beauty
They spend seconds upon minutes upon hours upon days searching for the perfect words to illustrate her beauty 

But they’ll never find these words because...

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Categories: beautiful, flower, love, poetry,

Premium Member Lady Venus On Her Deathbed
Lady Venus was on her deathbed, eyes closed, in the same position as Cindy, the nurse, had left her.  Her breathing was shallow, but...

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© Julia Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, identity,

   People think actions speak louder than words. They are right in certain occasions, but sometimes words hurt more than they think. Words...

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Categories: relationship, rights,

To Tease our own Elder Sister, On Getting more Toys or food, 
It was our Childhood.
Being Most Notorious For all others, but for our Mothers,...

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Categories: prose, childhood,

In A Perfect World
An idyllic Saturday evening scene-
on our street, little kids play
‘touch and go’.  Excited shrieks
and laughter warm the chilled February air, 
pavement alive with little...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, animal, betrayal, children, life,