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Voyage Prose Poems

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

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,

Premium Member Spoiler Alert Best Day Ever
As I’m walking along the bay, smelling fish,
I see fishermen on the sidewalk, lining up at a particular restaurant.
I would stop but my man wouldn't...

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

Letters to you

The undenyable,
the sanctamonious,
the one I will wait for,

No evil to fear,
no sweat to avow,
and nothing that I am not,

I wondered for years whether...

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Categories: prose, vanity, voice, voyage, water,

I was Indiana, riding with rifle pointing ahead,
then Cassanova, lost count of how many in my bed,
as Sitting Bull, I looked down directing my braves,

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Categories: america, character, columbus day,

Lowering The Sails
I ordered my men to drop the anchor
We are staying here tonight
I’m docking my ship by your tears
Will set back to sail when your smile...

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© ezer agyin  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, adventure, love, romance,

Like a hurricane 
Devastation over taking 
She kissed my soul 
Spun me around 

She is part of my prose
Within my special blue rose
At this instance...

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Categories: prose, dream, earth, faith, voyage,

Casting Nets
out on the hungover gray moor
having morning coffee with the old man of the sea
we say nothing in this silvered wooden shack
lots of coats to...

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Categories: prose, language, metaphor, poetry, symbolism,


Saturated with fish fry smells, Bar-B-Cue smoke,
rodeo dust and sounds of deep water blues,
with teasing frothing lace spread on the shore,
Gulf Coast birth breeze blew...

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Categories: prose, analogy, imagery, journey, metaphor,

Simmering on a distant shore, my minds eye floats upon.
Swirling thought upon swirling thought do my reflections grow.
Infinite realms offer fertile grounds to burrow through.

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, art,

Bridge streetlamps and long dead stars
Strange bedfellows of the night
Both offering back 
From moon mirrored river
Commingled reflections shimmering
In soft golden light

Small voyage
From green patinated lampposts

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Categories: prose, light, river, stars,

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To A Prodigal Awakening

They said the grass was greener
On the other side;
so you stepped over—clutching
great expectations
and the satisfaction of lingering 
hunger for better.
Yes you yearned...

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Categories: prose, allusion, analogy, black african

Premium Member Your Warmth: A Sailor's Tale
All is calm, all is at rest where once a storm had brew. No spray of mist, no violent torrent, nor upheaval of swelling wave...

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Categories: home, sea, storm, sun,

The Captain and the Codfish
Peter Pan? He is nothing but a tale drawn out,
a hero of half-truths, drowned in fairy dust,
the dullest side of a double-edged sword.
Before my...

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Categories: prose, body, fairy, children, truth,

Time and Tides

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Categories: prose, age, appreciation, courage, loss,

Whispers in my ear;

The dead wish to live again.

A soft strumming
of worn out strings;

The dead hope to rise.

From coffin nails
to slow exhales,
the living wane
and slowly...

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Categories: prose, america, death, history, introspection,

Daylight begins to fade -- the sun has moved west for its daily descent,
Reflections of amber brightly shine as the sun's voyage begins.
Sunset reflects the...

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Categories: ocean, sky, sunset,

Three Shiny haired sisters
Essence of life stored in boxes
Found their voice in the church of a solar flare
Through years of searching and choosing
Dividing and coveting

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Categories: prose, family,

Premium Member The New Middle Passage
Unlike ancestors,
with their shackles
chaining them to ships’
bellies and bowels---they
volunteered to be packed
like sardines; to be
rescued at sea
to be free of old tyranny---
happy for the new...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, faith, hope,

The Girl Across
Follow the line onto the bus
put in your money, grab a seat
earphones plugged in,
you let your eyes wander

resting your dance on the girl across of...

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Categories: prose, depression, grief, loneliness, me,

Premium Member In Pursuit of a Desirous Lady
    In Pursuit of a Desirous Lady…

Your deceitful tease
and illusive behavior
are beyond compare;
your blind promise
has yet proven
that you really care.

How long
must my...

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Categories: prose, allegory, analogy, desire, simile,