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Wind Prose Poems

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

let the current take you
when its too dark
too dark to see
just follow the beat of my heart
and it will lead you back to me

when the river's current sweeps you...

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Categories: prose, love,

Sameness I can avoid

I know what your skin smells like in the morning

And I can avoid that

I know how your eyes look when you get...

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Categories: prose, break up, love,

And I Lost Her
Tonight I Can Write The Saddest Lines
The night wind revolves in the sky and sings.

Sitting alone,On a bench that's made for two,
Only one side is...

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Categories: prose, addiction, how i feel,

Two Dog Night
Two dog night

A stillness had crept in under a cloak 
of finely sculptured snowflakes, descending 
quietly from an oppressively heavy sky. 
It blanketed deserted streets

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© Fred Clark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, destiny,

A Flashback of the Day
After coming back from church last night, wishing everyone a Happy Easter, my sister's only wish was to watch The Greatest Showman. So, my mother...

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Categories: prose, conflict,


A young boy in a desert trailer,
wishes inspiration will fall in him,
pitter, patter, like raindrops,
transforming into keytaps,
on the ancient yellow-screened word processor
that was his father's...

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Categories: prose, childhood,

Premium Member To A Beautiful Misry Winter Ensemble

Pine needles ape ice cycles
glowing in the misty rain;
the cold air periodically
sneezes a chilling wind.

What little snow that remains,
clings to the hillsides—except 
where little flowing...

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Categories: prose, color, metaphor, rain, river,

Premium Member Gray Silence
I have gotten the deepest meaning of 
Your pronounced words, 
Now then, remove your veil of gray silence,
Whisper to me or scream at me! 

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Categories: prose, love,

sitting on the porch
i listen to the guttural

call of distant birds,
and i begin to think of you –

you, who are my wind
carrying my soul

away like...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, religious,

dream 4
volcanoes rise
out of the sea.

purple gardens.
i climb up

a mountain
of blue-green grass.

a young woman’s voice

“how calmly you indulge
my dreams.”

dark sky rolls in
like the hiss

of firecrackers.
the woman...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: prose, beauty,

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,

Let's Make A Deal
My comings and goings disturbed her a great deal. So we sat on the sofa
and shared freshly popped corn. Let's make a deal lit up...

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Categories: humorous,

Premium Member The raven and the coyote
The Raven and the Coyote
The Raven watched the moon. Her interest awoken by the sitting Coyote on the mountain ridge. The Coyote was the...

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Categories: prose, dance, heart, lost love,

behind your eyes
hang the stars in a thousand skies.
behind your smile
lies the innocence of a child.

to be near you is to love you;
to gently hold...

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Categories: prose, emotions, love,

Workingman's world

In an ahistorical fog:

all the Ways home,

all the signposts,

treacherously hidden 

by greedy men and women:

all eyes off the ball:

mere contemptible bourgeois folly.


The rain is unending,


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Categories: prose, angst, freedom, political, symbolism,

It was an illicit affair, you'd think, they wouldn't dare, they believed, if we handle it with care no one would be aware. Bur they...

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Categories: prose, appreciation, betrayal, devotion, encouraging,

Premium Member She wore flowers in her hair

                       She wore...

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Categories: prose, adventure, flower, romantic love,

At cock crow 
Lady and Mr. Y, turned seventy
They googled themselves;
The wind whistled past
And exposed the gooses back
They felt the wrinkles 
On their temple,
The rings...

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Categories: prose, age, creation, desire, humanity,

Shield Maiden
Shield Maiden

I have dreamed of the battle;
And truly I have heard,
The ring of sword upon sword;
And tasted blood between my teeth.

I have met the enemy...

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Categories: prose, age, bible, character, child,

they love that stuff
slide and bust
and fall make snow balls
snow man fiil there cans
like the wind to blow

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Categories: prose, inspirational love,