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Senses Prose Poems

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


Premium Member Cottage by river
Cottage by whistling river beautiful, cozy and warm 
Wreathed by Mother Earth in her seasons’ natural charm 
Drenched in rain or covered in blanket of...

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Categories: prose, nature, river,



Premium Member Dreaming of Scotland
Dreaming of Scotland


She was as pretty as a picture.
Fate had brought her to me at a dark tavern in Germany.
Her raging brown eyes and
auburn hair...

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Categories: prose, love, relationship, sorrow,

COMING TO YOU LIVE
COMING TO YOU LIVE

My network begs an urgent announcement
Circuits inside confirmed: I’m coming to you live
New mind confirmed restricting past’s renouncement
Newly instated healthy mind immediately...

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Categories: prose, life, senses,

PRIMAL EMOTION
PRIMAL EMOTION

Tell a blind man of purple
A born deaf of Mozart & Beethoven
Catch a feeling and bind it verbal
Tell a heart and mind of primal...

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Categories: prose, character, emotions, inspiration, senses,

Dreamland
A world
beyond.
Dreamland 
unbounded.
A vision of
grander 
vistas.
Vistas 
unshackled by
the senses.
Senses that
limit our 
vision, our
reach.
The senses
tell us 
this is
all there is.
Five senses
dictates!
Dictates 
reality.
Dictates 
all that 
is seen...

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

Paintings and Poems
A painting like a poem talks to us.  They speak of life and ask us questions of this world. A painting mimics God's creations...

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Categories: poetry,

Eerie Silence Of A Windowless Room

Within the closed confines of my windowless top-floor room
Hidden in a dark corner away from the door, the room's only opening, 
That had never allowed...

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Categories: prose, silence,



Wisdom

I climbed to the highest mountains
and swam across the seas,
thinking what's the universe,
this earth in it, 
and us, little brave creatures.
Wisdom I searched for,
not to...

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Categories: prose, wisdom,

Dance with the Senses
Notes that float on rippling strings are happy little gems.  
Clicking, clacking percussion crescendos; 
a celebration of a percussion family reunion 
is never quiet.
Music...

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Categories: appreciation, environment, music, nature,

A mind
Sitting on the corner of an empty room,
There are no furniture nobody around,
Listening closely to my heart beats,
They say they speak to us sometimes.

Holding my...

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Categories: how i feel, senses,

Spirit Wind
Spirit Wind>

I welcome you
breeze gently by
visit me scattered memories

answer my senses 
with sweet morose
from a parallel time

picture me a story
every life's year
of a family's happiness

sway...

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Categories: prose, absence, age, angst, bereavement,

Crimson Fog
Sailing 
through the
crimson fog
to places 
never seen.
Soaring past
strange
worlds, 
stars,
galaxies 
and 
time,
I be.
Seeing universes
as they 
once were
and yet 
to be.
Sliding
through 
alternate
realities 
seeing all
that could
possibly 
be. 
Dazzling...

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

The Sleepers Mask
In the meadow, of the fields of life burning ripe with ire, I lay. Falling into a nagging sleep away from all the begging flowers....

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Categories: addiction, christian, deep, poetry,

Premium Member Conjuring Up a World
1)	A short LETTER to novice poets (highschool level, retirees, etc) e.g.


 “Dear budding poet, … Your love of poetry and words has brought you to...

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Categories: poetry, poets, writing,

Premium Member A Knowing Without Knowing How
The woods were quiet, idyllic, proud.
It was spring, so the butterflies were back.
Cattails honored the pond with their resolute presence.
A lone doe was delicately drinking...

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Categories: prose, animal, mystery, nature, spiritual,

Premium Member The Magical Lady Is Both Witch And Fairy
The Magical Lady Is Both Witch And Fairy

The magical lady is both witch and fairy.
One side of her is that conjures spells and the other...

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Categories: magic,

Premium Member Now I am a Poet
Letter to a novice poet:

(What modern poetry is for me)

Welcome to the family of budding poets, who pen passion and
meaning or anything life holds for...

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Categories: adventure, courage, inspirational,

Sex And Violence
Why?
Why so much?
It’s everywhere.
Why?
Our literature.
Our movies.
Our music.
Our art.
Everything.
Human civilization,
tightly woven  
with
sex and violence.
Wars are fought,
careers destroyed,
because of
sex and violence.
Instincts run deep.
Humanity
held ransom 
by
sex and...

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

Step Away
 

Modernity.
Technology.
Racing
head long
helter-skelter 
into the
future.
Like a
runaway train
speeding
out of
control.
Historic 
societal norms
breaking apart.
What to 
think,
what to 
believe 
losing 
resonance.
Explosion of
information 
barraging our
senses.
Overload.
Current institutions 
clueless 
of what’s coming.
Acceleration.
Biotechnology.
Information...

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

The Gatekeeper
the skyline holds time as shadows vanish 
darkness claims the sunset like an avalanche
faint sounds from the passing of the sun
wake aging prophets
an old street...

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Categories: prose, adventure, brother, death, grief,


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