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Storm Prose Poems

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


10 Seconds After the mental storm
There was not a break in the clouds,
there was no sky, there was no hope.
the lowest region and the darkest.
the farthest from the sky.

But then...As...

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Categories: prose, allegory, angst, depression, hope,



It is
This life so beautiful,
crowded yet lonely.

I sit inside my head
with knowledge that it’s me only,
until my end comes slowly
I be here alone.

I sit on top...

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Categories: appreciation, fear,

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
like...

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Categories: song,

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,

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,

Like those still waters
still running deep:

like the calm before the storm:

like glittering veins of fool's gold,

a mirage beneath the desert sun:

friendship, camaraderie,

only politics-deep,

only religion-deep....

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Categories: prose, angst, friendship, loneliness, society,

Premium Member There are swaying trees outside my window
first draft just an idea


There are swaying trees outside my window 
You see a storm has just rolled in who know how far it's come
All...

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Categories: weather,



Premium Member Then and Now
Gone now the storm, we foundered on the shoreline
Two broken souls never met in a before time
Similar though distant we had spent our lives apart
You,...

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Categories: prose, bereavement, wife,

Awaiting Storm
Cold winds blow again...
Sun behind the clouds makes me feel cold again...
Is it a storm that is about to begin again...
But I fear the one...

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Categories: emotions, fear, literature, visionary,

A Poem In Which Nothing Is True
The Messiah you see painted on the ceilings of your churches and on the floors of the convenience stores on the corner are me--I know...

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Categories: prose, 11th grade, analogy, religion,

A Tribute - From Bastards of the New World
In the times of a life you become broken 
& bruised but refuse to lay down 
for any other soul. Feeling misused drunk 
off hope...

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Categories: journey, life, loss, lost,

Its all in the Burning
A candle burns its life away; 
sacrifice to it, is sweet; 
it is a candle’s lot in life.

Candles gift, a light dark cloaked; 
beacon burning...

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Categories: dark, hope, introspection, light,

The Storm
The Storm

The cold, salt spray bit at my face,
As I walked alone in the sand,
And the dashing waves stoe my footprints;
As they raced upon the...

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Categories: prose, god, image, imagery, joy,

Premium Member Out Cackling The Others Now
I take a sip of pinkish liquid – White Zin.
Will I be able to drive home now?
The goblet seems much more fun than it should...

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Categories: prose, addiction,

Premium Member MY BELOVED, YOU I LOST
The clock of civilization paused for a moment,
The graceful dawn lost its glow, 
Moon and stars were not kindled with light, 
It was deep dark,...

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Categories: prose, love,

Premium Member You Did Not Hear Me Horse and House
I will have a million monies when I grow up.
I have to make more monies. You can make monies?  Sure.
How? You mean you do...

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Categories: prose, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

Premium Member Hope
HOPE

Turbulent water, tempered by the wind
            still remains at peace
    ...

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Categories: prose, blessing, emotions, encouraging, growth,

This Much is True
I was thirty-five when we started dating
His tongue
Like a razor when he spoke
Yet so soft
Yet so gentle
When he kissed me
(much like his heart)
And while I...

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Categories: boyfriend, change, love, perspective,

Premium Member There Were Reindeer
Winter storm Blizzard, dangerous 
White out conditions.   An unassuming man
From Puerto Rico was driving in it, when
He and hundreds of others were forced...

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

Premium Member FACING THE STROMING VICISSITUDES OF NATION BUILDING


Standing at the bow of the rugged ship,
Blistering tears cue up in the wrinkles
Of faces worn weary with anguish;
Uncertainty becoming a bleeding wound.

The raging storm...

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Categories: prose, 12th grade, america, analogy,


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