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Silver Prose Poems

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

Premium Member Living your Memories
It is the simple things of life
that I remember the most.
The unique smell of Africa
pungent with spices and scents
so exotic they flood your nostrils.

It is...

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Categories: prose, africa, memory, senses,

Judas How Could You
Judas, how could you betray the Son of Man with a kiss for thirty pieces of silver? Judas, how could you not see that you...

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Categories: betrayal, death, god, heaven,

Silver Linings
Look for the silver lining in everything you see,
Not all things are as they seem to be.

Abuse lurks behind poverty, frowns, money, and smiles.
Nobody knows...

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

Before they silence my voice
Under jackboots and bone crushing dogs
I must set fort before dusk
As I am shielded 
By his gore
And crafted like Daniel
In the...

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Categories: prose, black african american, bullying,

The photograph that Tim had shown me a few hours earlier certainly did not do it justice.
From what I could see it was a large...

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Categories: science fiction,

Premium Member the unknown junkie
this isn't about London
with its etch-o-sketch shapes
this isn’t about the city
with its razor sharp lines

this isn't about Blake’s
chartered streets
groaning under the weight
of its financial institutions


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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, allegory, london,

Love Came Searching
Man is mortal, a mere worm,
A mist that appears quickly then vanish.
Like a flower that flourishes,
And very soon its beauty withers,
Then its place remembers it...

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Categories: christian, god, life, love,


Patience said:
"Whatever my old man says."
I saw the wise, bald, old man
In his thatched mud hut
Loin cloth knotted 
Around his shoulders 

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Categories: pride,

Educated Nonsense
(For the Lack of anything else to call it)
          Educated Nonsense     ...

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Categories: prose, angst, conflict, confusion, crazy,

Premium Member Comes the Night
Evening Hours 

An azure sky is being defeated 
by a shadow world where
a persistent half-moon is already
making its way up the silken expanses 
of blackest...

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Categories: prose, poetry, write,

Premium Member Awash in Glory
Pristine glory washes clean the earth
with crystals white and pure and sparkling
Gone is the marring dirt and trash, hidden
by blankets woven with silver thread
Its crisp...

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Categories: prose, nature, winter,

Hard-Boiled Goose Eggs
Direct me to the One selling magic beans-
my few remaining coins burn pocket holes
(and this is my last good pair of trousers)

nothing else worked, nor...

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Categories: prose, analogy, imagery, magic,

At the Great Museum
 I swept away the cobwebs, 
from my still dreaming mind.  
Chugging a cup of obsidian caffeine, 
I watched Brother Sun’s climb; 
the clouds...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, earth, earth

Shadow of Mirror
A countenance of shining silver..
was a cheerful lucent mirror.
Sparkled on the cheeks ..
droplets of woe and tear.
The grief of grimace flushed..
the glitter was all disappear...

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Categories: prose, angel, beautiful, deep, image,

Everlasting Happiness
very funny thing came to my mind... meeting after the Saviours Great comeback ,hugging Him and hug all the people beginning from Adam and Eve...

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Categories: arabic, baptism, birth, blessing,

Premium Member Nightingale - Part II

His sleep was tormented,
each sound he heard playing upon his dreams,
until the sweet notes he remembered
floated into his ears like the gentleness of down.
Following the...

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Categories: prose, fantasy,

I had words for you after the meeting last night, but you were gone before we connected. Please receive these 'fitly spoken words' that are...

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Categories: prose, friendship, vacation,

A Beleauged of Their Own
A tale of two twins ...

Kit:	That sure was a mean swing, Dottie. You knocked it out of the park. You’re the Sultana of Swat. I...

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Categories: prose, baseball, political, satire, word


Poet:  Ken Jordan
Poem:  Tomorrow
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  July/2018

Tomorrow’s dawn is flameless 
It’s a silhouette, camouflaged 
by an oasis of stars...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, allusion, birth, god,

Oxygenated Organisms
The evolution of humans is that
we went from simple cell
organisms to plastics. 
All this fakeness makes me 
want to embrace realness.
Blemishes and weight gain,
silver hair...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, appreciation, body, earth, ocean,