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Winter Prose Poems

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


Companion
Companion

As I trudge along the path of life, 
On ashes of yesteryears so tough, 
What the heart says, the mind rejects- 
"Go traveler, there where...

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Categories: prose, desire, hope,



WHAT A SUMMER
winter  is  over
now hot weather clover
 the beach sand and bands
the weather is right
at night moon light
am a summer bummer
beach and park
 mabe...

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Categories: prose, appreciation,

RAIN WALK
love thoses drop
makes my eyes pop
wather  i hop
it comes down
winter or summer time
ilove with friends talk
its long
RAIN WALK...

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Categories: prose, adventure,

WELCOME SUMMER
your a dream
winter was mean
glad your back
thats a fact
we are beach bummer
thinks  as we wink
WELCOME SUMMER...

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Categories: prose, adventure, appreciation,

Premium Member ALL WEATHER, ALL TIME, POETRY TIME
ALL WEATHER, ALL TIME, POETRY TIME

When it’s a stormy weekend,
I feel inspired,
To write poems and post
On Poetry Soup,
When I go on vacation
I write a poem
And...

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Categories: prose, poetry,



Wasted Pain
Crops cannot survive without some rain,                   ...

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Categories: prose, health, pain,

PARK RuN
Its a everyday thing
Winter or spring
Sometime after dark
We have fun
Its our
PARK RUN...

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Categories: prose, abuse, adventure, conflict,

It is
This life so beautiful,
crowded yet lonely.

I sit inside my head
with knowledge that it’s me only,
until my end comes slowly
I be here alone.

I sit on top...

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© Zeki Majed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, fear,

WINTER BLUES
its still a pain
its rain
still cold
need a soup bold
those its spring
this what winter brings
the weather is bad news
its
WINTER BLUES...

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Categories: prose, abuse,

Frozen Lakes - Bete Noire
Frozen lakes
water unforgiving
ducks frozen in place
crying for release
you cannot reach them
you cannot reach them
feathers fly but wings do not soar
screaming for an out
for only an...

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Categories: prose, winter,

Premium Member A Black Oak Tree
A noble Black Oak tree stands tall and tranquil 
Wearing brown, old and dried crumpled leaves
Withstanding all autumn and winter storms
Without any distress or any...

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Categories: prose, april, creation, earth day,

In an Evening Wood
In an evening wood, fairies play;
moonlight’s resplendent fingers dance among them.
Only the trees know fairy secrets;
they’re fairy, security systems.

When winter shows its frigid caress, 
trees...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, fairy, fun,

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,

Premium Member A New Spring Webbing

Calendared nature admits
winter has come and gone
and makes no apologies
for lingering chilled moments;

The audacious mendacity of spring
has clamped down a frost-bite 
on the wolfing climatic...

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Categories: prose, allegory, confusion, imagery, metaphor,

Sisita
I.

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 Winter Sihouette Skies

In the winter twilight
of the meandering drive,
silhouettes of dark clouds
patchwork the cerulean sky
with weird images of animate
and inanimate things:
animals, buildings, ships,
celestial mountains
rising above a terrestrial...

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Categories: prose, beauty, imagery, joy, memory,

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 A Conversation
(Seen. Heard.) 

Two mice walk into a bar...

"Hey barkeep (a tomcat), whiskey, neat, and one for my pal." (First mouse - Leo) "Geezy weezy did...

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Categories: funny,

HIS MASTER'S VOICE
Pray,
If you should tell
All that you have bottled up
Who will you tell?
Who will believe you?
Stories of swollen head, slit lip
Blood, brimstone and bonfires 
Laboriously ignited...

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Categories: prose, anti bullying, black african

I-Thou


I-Thou


I sit

In a coffee-house

As I so often do,

Alone,

But never

Left alone


Sitting anonymously

In the warming crowd

Disappearing

In a favorite

Stuffed oversized

Chair

As if hiding

In a peaceful 

Winter cloud.


I peer

Outward

Smiling

Inwardly

With my

Body...

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