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Spanish Prose Poems

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

Premium Member A Leadership Package
Correct English
Impeccable grammar
Polite manners
How can you beat this package?

A great sport

A total leadership package
Ready to unleash into the world
If you live in another country you...

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


              The tomato is the Kamikaze
    of the kitchen...

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Categories: prose, addiction, allusion, fantasy, humor,

Missionary Thoughts
It's not always that missions are about "the goings" to somewhere else             ...

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Categories: christian,

The Kindness
The sun
sliding toward the west on a ruby strip,
the tired sky sighs
sunlight bouquets,
open dawns from dawn
they start to draw their shutters,
from the subway, a great...

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Categories: prose, america, business, chicago, poetry,

Wish you were here.
Walk with me in my heart, My Love...

I was expecting more noise on a Saturday night,
But the wind wasn't even up.
(I was...

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Categories: prose, chicago, funny, music, night,

And I run
The sun begins it's sojourn westward which signals the end of the day...
It is the time at which I run..
The boardwalk outlining the southern coast...

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Categories: dark, deep, growth,


Un día voy a ir a ti, Córdoba
pasearé por las antiguas calles empedradas
y escucharé los ecos de hace muchos siglos,
de cuando los musulmanes gobernaron ...

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Categories: prose, beauty, spanish,

Premium Member Esa Gente Tan Odiosa
Esa Gente Tan Odiosa #165

Esa gente tan odiosa 
No son nada Como las mariposas
No tienen un centavo de carinio 
para darles a su ninos 

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Categories: spanish, write,

Good morning
This must be what it felt like when God breathed life into man or when Adam first saw Eve

We paint white sheets with vibrant colors,...

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Categories: prose, art, beautiful, love, poetry,

Premium Member Lost Lake Odessa
My world spins round
too fast most times
from Greek deep roots
on Black Sea ports
to cross Jordan's River
on Catherine's Great
trains meet sailboats
greeting sea planes
flying off to sports...

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Categories: prose, america, history, home, journey,

Automated World
Poet:  Ken Jordan
Poem:  Automated World
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan
written:  January/2015

you've reached 
automated phone 
system -

Please listen
the following

For our
menu has changed -

* Be advised, 
all calls 
recording :

For English press 1
For Spanish...

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, stress, voice,

Es bonita. La agua...
		Ho, si. Es muy bonita. Como tu.
Eres loco... Quieres nadar?
		Ahorita? Hace frio!
No hace frio... no mucho...
		Si, hace frio. En el verano,
		Entonces podemos...

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Categories: prose, spanish,

Matutinal Features
Another dark warm day with an heavy atmosphere/Humid
Not into dark days and my washing machine is noisily killing me, 
Coffee the life hike up
The always...

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Categories: prose, africa, black african american,

 HOME. By Ted Bundy

There is a place not far from here where purple maggots are the size of deer, pink frogs are there wearing...

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© Ted Bundy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, animals,

Macchu Picchu (German/English/Spanish)
Du Einsame, 
in den Bergen getrotzt,
versteckt in den Wolken
getragen vom Geist des Inka,
wie von Geisterhand
überragst du das 
zerklüftete Tal des Urubamba.
Stein auf Stein,
gebaut mit großem...

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Categories: prose, history

Sunrise Dance and Moonlight Dreams
A blossoming evening,serene valleys,meadows and alleys
Cottages in  distance twinkling little lanterne lights
Indigo moon peeping from blue black velevet skies
Sparkling diamonds dancing through the night

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Categories: prose, lifenight, me, night, universe,

Charlexes Fabels
A Mexican sweat is just a teepee with a fire made hotter and a rock placed where 
you can pour the water on the...

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Categories: prose, on work and working,