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Sorrow Prose Poems

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

Premium Member A Remembrance of the Doors in 72

The year was ‘72; Morrison had died,
yet I felt little sorrow, for when he was in his prime,
I was a pre-teen junkie for bubble-gum rock

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Categories: song,

your name
your name 
could you even tell me your name
has it always been the same
by any other?
all I sense are thorns

tell me I am mistaken
that you...

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Categories: prose, break up,

Again They Visit
Christmas is almost here
And just as I feared
Those ghosts came back
Even this year they appeared

Doubt came and sucked the happy from me
Smiled and sucked some...

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Categories: dark, death, emotions, fear,

Upon the Death of My Brother
At the end of this past night's dream, I came around the corner and saw into the kitchen, where Wilum was doing the dishes. I...

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Categories: prose, brother, death, funeral, grief,

Life And Love
life is meaningful
when happy and sorrow
hugs it together
and life enjoys these lively

tears spit snidely
since the birth of
life story…..
tears rejoice complementarily
since the birth of
life story…..

love when...

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Categories: prose, life, love, philosophy,

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,

Premium Member I love you, I love you, I love you
I love you, I love you, I love you
I wanted new wars and adventure. You wanted soft hands in your hands, someone to hold...

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Categories: prose, longing, love, sad love,

Grief and suffering
I can be
A Life sentence to many

Because . . .

The more you love me
The more 
I will hurt you in return

I can take away your...

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Categories: prose, age, anxiety, appreciation, bereavement,

Dotard Trumpery handpicking Joshua Trump
Dotard Trumpery used to disgust the "ery" excrescence ending his surname,
for its apocope he approached Megan Trump and poached her maiden name,
to which Joshua Trump,...

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Categories: prose, abuse, slam,

2019, Black History Month
Born, slave or free, nobody's property; a "P"(purpose) and a "D'(destiny) are stamped within. Letters they are, but so much more and nevermore to be...

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Categories: prose, america, christian, corruption, evil,

Agent of darkness
Of principalities and powers
Who knows no love
Hate, scorn and wickedness 
Who sow thorns at night
Reaps prickles in darkness
You; you,
Who robs Peter 
To pay...

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Categories: prose, dedication,

Premium Member GOOD PURPOSE
Looking back at the past to long
Blinds the future. 
Concentrate our strength 
Bundle-up our individual thoughts.
Use your God-mind, we are stronger together.
Unity moves mountains.

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Categories: prose, future, humanity, mountains, moving

To Phillip, a Child I Lost
To Phillip, a Child I Lost

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Categories: prose, baby, child, christian, 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,

Tides of Life
Tides of Life

Thoughts of my heart flowed out as tears,
The future ahead holds lots of fears.
As I alone walked down that memory lane,
I felt nothing...

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Categories: prose, absence, bereavement, death, grief,

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,

The Protectors
All she really wanted to do was to live her life the way she wanted to live, not the way the protectors thought she should.

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Categories: prose, destiny, dream, encouraging,

The Sadness of Things
I'm woozy with the uncertainties of life. 
I'm staggering back and forth, 
slamming into one wall and then another. 
I cling to a banister 

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Categories: prose, allegory, angst, depression, life,

Redefining death
Subject death is mathematical,
Darwin's theorem, a squared circle.
The grave "sines", line numerical planes,
In roots of square variable names.

Formula of life, one-twenty to eighty,
Formula of death,...

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Categories: prose, faith,

Premium Member Life, One More Time
Life is an amazing combination of beauty and joy and grief and human suffering that has no boundaries. We find ourselves captured in time in...

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Categories: life,