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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 Children of AI
Oliver was born in 2004 to an engineer father and a cashier mother. From a young age he loved to play sports and was an...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, allusion, life,



Premium Member No Hate is Certainly Working
I was glad to escape the school run by demon spawn 
thrilled to extricate myself from this hell-hole
disengage from a hateful situation
distangle myself from the...

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Categories: prose, school, work,

Premium Member Thanks, Dad

You had passed on 4 years before.
It seemed to have been so long ago.
I finished high school, moved far away,
And was hoping to find a...

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Categories: prose, father,

Premium Member Our Mother was Perky
Our mother was perky in the morning.
It’s the only time of day we ever heard her sing.
She would come into our room and sing “good...

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Categories: prose, mother,

Premium Member How Was School Back in the Day Grandma
how was school for you back in the day, Grandma?
Well, I could barely read my own writing
The wagon wheels hit every single bump along the...

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Categories: prose, humorous,



Premium Member I am a poet
I am a poet.  Not really sure when I accepted this fact but quite thrilled with finally having a title.  I write whenever...

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Categories: poetry, poets, writing,

Premium Member welcome to the fifties diner
Welcome to the fifty’s diner
Where there are chrome stools
Black, red and white leather seats
A checkered floor

Everything matches
A soda machine is standing ready
The chef is heating...

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Categories: prose, nostalgia,

Premium Member Anomie

"In those days there was no king in Israel:
every man did that which was right in his own eyes."
Bible, Judges 21:25

The word 'Anomie' is new...

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Categories: prose, america, people,

Premium Member enjoying top gun
Whose smile and behavior are more devilish than Tom Cruise’s?
Naturally cast to play Maverick, daringly bending the rules.
Putting himself and his bestie Goose in danger,...

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Categories: tribute,

Premium Member Epistrophe: History Begins At The End - P r o s e N o s e
When the ability to write manifested itself among the many learned minds, accounting, and recordkeeping too, had manifested as what has become known to be...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, appreciation, beautiful, education,

My Encounters With Racism and Accusations of Racial Priviledge
It was 2019 when someone accused me of being in denial of the privileges I had as a white man.  At the time I...

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Categories: america, race, racism,

Don't let the Satanists stop you from having after school's Bible study for elementary schools
**No matter what state that born again Christians establish after school
Bible study for elementary school students, the Satanists want to establish
after school groups worshiping Satan....

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member No One Noticed the Angel
no one noticed an extraordinary white angel
she was the only brightness of the day
but we were not looking out our windows
peach pastel sky had never...

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Categories: prose, angel,

Why you should not endorse Nikki Haley as the Republican presidential candidate Q and A part one
Q:  Why you should not endorse Nikki Haley as the Republican presidential
      candidate in 2024?

A:  President Joe Biden...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

MY YOUNGER ME
Guess who I saw today, 
A little girl!
When I saw her, I smiled because I remembered you,
I remembered you, my younger me.

I was told that...

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Categories: prose, child, childhood,


Book: Reflection on the Important Things