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War Prose Poems

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

The Whisperer
I like a good French joke, when you listen to it, it makes you want to jump and shout, I like a good French joke;...

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Categories: business, community, confidence, courage,

Premium Member Jim Crow's Demise
Hello. I was born after the Civil War and met my fate after much civil unrest. You may have never encountered me, but some things...

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Categories: prose, race,

A tag of pain
Pain squizzes life out of my paralyzed mind and it feels like a grain of sugar under attack from ants.
Induring comes with an ocean of...

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Categories: prose, mental health,

Premium Member Gaslight Me
Gaslight me, baby.

I don't want to hear the truth. Tell me you love me. Say you need me. Promise you'll never leave me. Convince me...

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© Tom Woody  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, lost love,

the pontiff and i
The pontiff and I

Finally, the pope left, I saw him leave in a helicopter, dressed
in fetching white, his bishops wore black dresses with red stripes...

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© jan hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, confidence, deep, friend,

Premium Member one caring nurse
children of World War two soldiers were patients
spending hour after hour in the polio ward of a hospital
a truly caring nurse invented a board game...

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Categories: prose, humanity,

Premium Member Morganas Vow
nasty invaders from the east had been treacherous and mean
They burned Morgana’s village, her people, pets and home
She had not returned from another battle until...

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Categories: prose, war, woman,

I have a window;
Any day— the traffic below is undying
with busy people, vehicles unending, and ambulances screaming for way.
men donning mud for clothes and wool...

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© Bantu West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, blessing, class, community, conflict,

Premium Member Moldavite Tablet
Indonesian folklore and Brazilian god An Puch are in agreement
moldavite, a vitreous silica projectile glass is the remnant of an invasion.
sky people from the Tyraxious...

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Categories: prose, mythology,

EXPERT WRITER - Why I became A Writer
Years back , my grand father used to tell me about our  stolen  Kingdom. 
" My grand father King Mussabwa Mundi was assassinated by his...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, graduate,

Most challenging course in the World,  
What come in my mind is to open the  university which will teach more about understanding  women,
But I...

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Categories: anger, depression, humanity, life,

Her flaming red hair is gently brushed by the winds, while her earthly eyes shine the most as she rides her motorcycle. A white and...

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Categories: prose, angst, appreciation, art, happiness,

Premium Member To Bless Him Who Blesses
*** To Bless Him Who Blesses ***

Reflections cast their twinkling
Over night’s glass 
Black mirroring seas…
Across the bond of heart and soul
To wonder,
To ask,
Who goes to...

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Categories: prose, christian, feelings, god, jesus,

Trains That The Words Forgot

Steam and smoke trains, dont fume anymore,lying like dead corpses or spare parts of what once was called the golden age;;
If they would fume, it...

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Categories: age, nostalgia,


in a second
if you die...
In one minute
help yourself...
In one hour
if you go far.

Time is important,
too important
to get lost
we have a second
to escape the bullet,
one minute...

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Categories: prose, adventure, allegory, allusion, analogy,