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Suicide Prose Poems

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


What does it matter
What does it matter
Which words we choose to say,
When all of them
Are devoid of meaning?

And as pointless
As this poem,
And all of my poems
Back to back...

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© Austin Foe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, death, depression,



Is Death The Meaning Of Life
It seems appropriate this Easter Sunday [4/21/19] as I write this to ask THE question humans have asked since we developed our unique-- to the...

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Categories: allusion, angst, atheist, faith,

At First
On the warm wet day in december
I look back at my life and remember
How it was in days gone by
Everyone i loved taken and still...

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Categories: cry, death, depression, emotions,

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,

At Last
Emptiness can hurt 
No one hears the silent screams
Fighting for a way out
A race to the dirt
Surviving the dreams
Destroyed without a doubt
Does the sting ever...

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Categories: cry, depression, lonely, lost,



Eating Badly
Eating Badly with diabetes is a Suicide Mission.

I know, because Artur Anczarski, says so.

He is the Prophet, he is the Saint,
And nothing he says, is...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, depression, food, introspection,

Russian roulette
Russian roulette
 
Beautiful young woman danced on a stage on the border of Austin Texas,
moving like a beautiful butterfly in the breeze.
She held the attention...

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Categories: prose, dark, irony, suicide, war,

Premium Member She Was A Force To Be Reckoned With
She was a force to be reckoned with, outgoing, delightfully assertive, powerful, well-respected.
Her business was human resources.
She was the company expert. We could not have...

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Categories: prose, suicide,

Addiction
Pain throbbing thru every spot 
One minute cold the next I'm hot
I chose the drug this is what I got
Bad decision again has me caught

Caught...

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Categories: addiction, death, drug, suicide,

Another one lost in Despair
We lost a friend, his heart so broken.
His weary woes were left unspoken.
He hurt inside with out release.
It must of brought him to his knees.
With...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, death of

Wasted space
Pieces keep flying thru my mind
If I keep digging no telling what I'll find
Life so full once now its in such a bind
My body moves...

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Categories: depression, how i feel,

Wasted space
Pieces keep flying thru my mind
If I keep digging no telling what I'll find
Life so full once now its in such a bind
My body moves...

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Categories: depression, how i feel,

Premium Member Bad Habits
BAD HABITS

I never use to drink, never before / never use to smoke, ever before. Kept your company too long, you led me into the...

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Categories: prose, abuse, betrayal, dark, simile,

Why I Love Poems: the Satori Effect
Why do I love poetry? Well, it's none of the usual: beautiful words, lofty thoughts, noble sentiments. I can get all that from Tolstoy or...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, appreciation, creation,

Fat
Inspired by “Dinosaurs in The Hood” by Danez Smith.


Let’s make a movie. About a fat girl. But in this one, she isn’t bullied all her...

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Categories: 11th grade, how i

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,

I wanna fall in love
        I wanna  fall in love

Once, I was seeking the Hemingway life. Running toward war and away...

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Categories: prose, absence, conflict, depression, longing,

Tender Goodbye
Tender Goodbye

The moon gently touches the tears on a tender face,
A woman dressed in black surrendering to fate.
Big empty eyes stare sadly into the darkness...

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Categories: prose, suicide,

Unadulterated History
Unadulterated History.

In 1931, a white woman accused five Hawaiian men of rape. They were acquitted. The woman's mother showed up and demanded retribution for her...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, racism,

SHE
I know you know what happened the year we graduated. Just like everything else, it trickled down the grape vine. We were seniors when SHE...

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© ron lll  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, cry, death, death