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Allegory Prose Poetry Poems

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

Premium Member Of Surrealism and Reality

Great day in the morning!
I can hear freedom bells ringing;
I can see liberty waving on the horizon;
I can smell the sweetness of equality;
I can taste...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, imagery, metaphor,


 Having to realize my journey
Through life, i face unusual situations...
This time with animals.

In the pond the alligator opens its huge mouth
and orders me: swim...

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Categories: allegory, animal, fantasy, voice,

Premium Member Of Storied Memories

Standing here in the mind of mine
passing through and over time
pulling out thoughts sublime:
sorrow, hate, pain, joy, love, sanity--
all the mould character of my humanity;


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Categories: africa, allegory, america, analogy,


Africa! my beloved Africa…mother
continent of my ancestor’s ancestors…
how well I know of you; yearn for you; yet
I have not met you in person.

America!  my...

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Categories: africa, allegory, america, black


Freedom, like truth, is far from being
a virgin; abused, raped, polluted and left
to whither, die and decay. But these two sisters
ape the wind, water, and...

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Categories: abuse, allegory, analogy, black

Premium Member On The Evolution Of Justice

If only old justice could be as death
in the daily lives we live.

Pity, her evolution remains
a punctuated checkmate delusion
and her close kin, liberty,
a symbiotic partner—both...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, black african

Premium Member Churriana
  something stirred in this place, long long ago
  presence lingering
  half-hidden haven on the crowding hillside
  enchanted enclave

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, imagery, ireland, places,

Heart of a Rainbow
There’s someone with a pure heart 
so sky beautiful   ...   starlight celestial
Dressed in white clouds;
dove wind bleats the sound of an...

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Categories: allegory, death, life, rain,

A Shipwrecked must occur
That shipwreck will  provoke
consequently the breaking of the old vessels.

Those vessels alike those of the old galleons
would contain coins that we use daily
but that...

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Categories: allegory, anxiety, conflict,


   She was a super-healthy woman until she
adopted the green diet ... all green: dishes, cutlery,
glasses, table, sheets, breads, yogurt ... everything, everything.

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Categories: allegory, hilarious,

The Dream versus The Future
When he  built a dream house and
"The dream" became a nightmare.
Then, he spoke to us about his frustration, 
how his aims had not been...

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Categories: allegory, confusion, fate,

10 Seconds After the mental storm
There was not a break in the clouds,
there was no sky, there was no hope.
the lowest region and the darkest.
the farthest from the sky.

But then...As...

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Categories: allegory, angst, depression, hope,

          In the middle of the war ...
 World War one...
a horse in the middle of...

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Categories: allegory, humanity, war,

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: allegory, confusion, imagery, metaphor,

From Angels jump shrapnel,
The wise men of the time gathers them,
Then they hide them at the top of the plopar,
Or on the root of the...

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Categories: allegory, metaphor, poetry, poets,

Ode to a Dead Black Rat
Black Rat;
        Laying on your stomach in the grass.
Looking so alive by the ant-hill;

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Categories: allegory, angst, animal, crazy,

Premium Member Of Exploding Poetic Purpose
Of Exploding Poetic Purpose

Capped festering words exploded—
spilling out over my mind—screaming  
and streaming thru the forest of memory;

They say that silence is golden
but the...

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Categories: allegory, imagery, inspirational, metaphor,

Premium Member An Allegory To Free At Last

An anchored statue
can no longer be a metaphor
for liberty;
like-wise neither can unbalanced scales
be a matching simile for justice—
and a cracked bell
whose sound has been eviscerated

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Categories: allegory, analogy, black african

Premium Member AHOY

It is not
a foregone conclusion,
but a reality;
even porcupines
know love—
without making pain
a subsidiary organism;

The pain of love’s waves
may forth ashore,
but the waves recede
and the forth dissipates,

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Categories: 12th grade, allegory, imagery,

Premium Member the unknown junkie
this isn't about London
with its etch-o-sketch shapes
this isn’t about the city
with its razor sharp lines

this isn't about Blake’s
chartered streets
groaning under the weight
of its financial institutions


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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, london,