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Sympathy Prose Poems

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

Angel Returned to Heaven
An angel returned to heaven today
deployed to erase gluttonous hate
from envy's grasp love is pulled away

To bring order to disarray
supplying hope while replacing sloth 

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Categories: prose, beauty, bereavement, death, death

o dear 
to the closed palace 
of your heart
the supreme door

look into 
step by step 
and feel 

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Categories: prose, how i feel,

Constituent Of Love
Give me a pen
I’ll write a poem,
Give me a poem
I’ll make a heart,
Give me a heart 
I’ll make a love,
Give me a love
I’ll make a...

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Categories: prose, how i feel, humanity,

Have you ever checked your face in the mirror?
Whom you used to play soccer together 
Excitement from the huge and vibrant kites in the sky!...

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© Tuwa Noor  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, peace,

When I sit here in the quiet, It gets as loud as a riot, Waiting just killing time, Trying for another rhyme, For someone to...

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© jay moore  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, crazy,

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.

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, death of

Premium Member Heirs Of The Struggle

Paradoxically, slavery showed equanimity—
Its suffering displayed no discrimination;
We all shared equally, its debilitation,
And were equally denied any sympathy
Over the Middle Passage odyssey;

Black men were prized;...

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Categories: prose, africa, black african american,

Premium Member To Another School of Thought

We say we can’t imagine how they feel.
To make it real, let’s imagine
The same happened to me and you!
Then we too, would feel the way...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, children, eulogy,

Premium Member STONED and SILENT
the reticent stance 
stoned and silenced 
exploited beyond a stranger provoked
labeled with a gaze from the heavens above 
beautiful lifeless seduction
a posture of unselfish significance

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Categories: prose, analogy, imagery, judgement, political,

Rainbows pour crimson
No wonder the ocean roars
and space battles heart to heart
within a place distressed -
broken bodies clothed in denim
t-shirts splattered by screams
sprayed by bullets  

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© emma green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, america, anger, death, grief,

Biology! Biology! How many times have I called you?
You frighten me every time I hear your name,
Because I can’t withstand your lies and pain you...

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Categories: prose, 8th grade, black african

Premium Member Lower Your Voice
Lower Your voice  #81

Lower Your Voice And Be More Clear
I appreciate that you are lowering your voice, 
Did you buy yourself some clothes?
Or at...

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Categories: prose, voice,

Premium Member A Scattered Poem
A Scattered Poem #73

I know some people in this country feel very persecuted
And believe me that all because of a man named Curtis.

Just kidding its...

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Categories: poems,

Away In A Manger
When I was ten, no one had more sympathy
for the plight of Mary and Joseph.
No room at the inn, and waters about to break?
That was...

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Categories: christmas,

Autumn Fall
The sun rises to the autumn morning
The sad rains sing no more 
The warmth tempting to fall
As the end of the days became coward in...

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Categories: prose, autumn, break up, deep,

At some point in time
As surely as the sun rises,

one's compelled to wonder

if their rapacious cruelty,

their imperial hubris

isn't simply

the result of their past suffering ...

Nonetheless, what remains lacking

is their...

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Categories: prose, evil, faith, growth, heart,

You're loosing you rewritten
Soul's mirrors and mind's 
study are the eyes,
and the verdict is clear, 
wild animals cave in the 
hollows of your mind, herds,
escorting your thoughts
and opening...

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Categories: prose, anxiety, sympathy,

Bittersweet is the knowin’
That being sometimes wrong
That sure as the breeze keeps blowin’
Bein’ to be strong

Oftimes it’s best to not address
False claims put...

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Categories: prose, analogy, appreciation, care, silence,

sympathy for the devil
I've no sympathy for the devil
though once an angel too
oh the heartache that he caused me
the misery I went through
the pain of separation
thought each time...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: introspection,

You are desperate to be wanted. 
To be desirable, 
to be completed by another. 
You click, click, click.
The selfies, the lols, the omgs,
The “ur so...

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Categories: loneliness,