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School Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Let Your Imagination Take Flight
Dear budding poet, 

Modern poetry is an evolutionary process. A poet never really stops growing and learning. Even the most seasoned of poets can discover...

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Categories: encouraging, inspirational, meaningful,



Snow and Paintings
Snow and Paintings              

The snow began to fall
late yesterday afternoon
first the big...

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Categories: prose, ocean, water,

My Old Teacher

He was my old teacher,
That greyed and bent
Fatherly figure,
Seen across the street,
Purchasing vegetables.
At school, he was
Free to pamper and scold us
We, his students,
All grown up...

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Categories: prose, school, teacher,

Crowning The Virgin Mary
Crowning the Virgin Mary
I was only six years old and was
chosen by the first grade nun,
To place a garland of roses on the 
Vigin Mary...

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Categories: prose, god, heaven, memory,

Premium Member Her Courage
Our helpless girls in the society hide 
Their harassment or abuse sometime
For fear of being ashamed,
But not that brave girl of a remote town, 
She...

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Categories: prose, integrity, society,

My Growing Up
Title: My growing up (episode one)

I was born to a native parents 
I guess my mum was a woman of substance
Papa is so good 
I...

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Categories: prose, africa, art, growth,

Premium Member The 1940's and 50's Movie, Radio and More
Don Winslow of the Navy at the movies...…., the Lone Ranger, and the shadow, on the radio. Three of my favorite pastimes in Wilmington NC,...

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Categories: truth, world war ii,



Premium Member Butterfly kisses
Butterfly kisses

Once my baby girl,
once my world.

We had Summer days at the beach, wandered all the parks near when the days were warm, we shared...

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Categories: prose, blessing, children, devotion, love,

Textbooks for Expression
Is it acceptable to rate expression, to assign correctness and wrongness of a feeling- not the immoral or moral sense but of standardizing emotion? And,...

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Categories: 12th grade, appreciation, art,

Premium Member CLASSIFIED PART TWO
We turned off before reaching Kings Lynn and headed down a road that would take us to Henderson Aerodrome a local flying school, we were...

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Categories: science fiction,

the sun will come up
the sun will come up. the seasons will change. life will go on. and i will be okay. but until then i will feel all...

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Categories: depression,

Sad awakening
In my head, I hear silence. The thoughts I once had welcomed were gone and not coming back. All I feel is numbness and sorrow,...

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Categories: prose, desire, emotions, endurance,

lazy dream mysterious death
From the heart of green naïve village
surrounded by corps field, mosque, ponds, 
ancestral grave yard, school, college, 
madrasah (islamic school) etc he is

brothers, sisters with...

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Categories: prose, sorrow,

Premium Member Developing Wings on the Way Down
     I was looking out the window and saw my neighbor across the street on a ladder, putting up an American...

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Categories: blessing, dog, scary,

Premium Member Charley Wins Prizes
Charley has taken his class hostage; he is seven.
His classmates are terrified of his out-of-control behaviors.
There is a perpetual glare on his face, he seems...

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Categories: prose, anti bullying, bullying, humor,

Premium Member They Said I Did Not Have to Know Music
A spider a day keeps the apple away.
A spider a day makes the day oh so gray!
A spider a day, so it must be almost...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Given To Grandma That Night
I go to classes and everybody cheers.
The teacher is cheering the loudest of all, the kids laugh at this.
I am her thirty minute break, and...

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Categories: anti bullying, bullying,

Premium Member We Are Dead Now Says Boy One
There’s one more thing, we are dead now. Says Boy 1.
No, I’m not dead. I was dead, but now I am just blood up. Boy...

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Categories: prose, school, teacher,

Premium Member My Own Personal Christmas Lights
I had a red jeep once,
my husband rigged it up with
Christmas lights on the running board.
I was puffed up about it.

My grandparents had the best
Christmas...

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Categories: prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Before 13
Before Thirteen

A skinny child 
with crooked teeth and hair needing to be kept short
because of her habit of tangling it with her own hands.
A peculiar...

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Categories: childhood,


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