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Analogy Prose Poetry Poems

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


Premium Member AND THE WINNER IS
     We present ourselves to perform this day,
As a faceless crowd grace our seats of fame,
Let us share the joy and...

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Categories: analogy, art, character, emotions,



Premium Member MOTHERS

In darkness of wombs
Vines of umbilical grace
Flourish with navel blossoms
Of forever present maternal love:
Mothers are sharecroppers of God.
...

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Categories: 12th grade, analogy, imagery,

Premium Member A SALVAGED WORLD
A car rolls into a soundless night,
It's light sends a bursting view of overhanging growth,
In a microcosm succession of descending seconds,
Pruned for a snapshot temporal...

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Categories: analogy, creation, earth, future,

Premium Member Resident Refugees
Resident Refugees…

Uprooted, abandoned and displaced;
scattered about in their own homeland—
Irrespective of gender, cultural or race,
the pursuit of happiness seems banned. 

These are the ever-present invisible...

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Categories: america, analogy, discrimination, imagery,

Premium Member TO A TEASE OF NATURE

Winter seems frozen in time;
Its coldness veiled in stillness.

Nature has dimmed the skylight;
An invisible chilled wall
Challenging winter’s exit,
And spring’s coming.

Today, nature teased us again:
Goosebumps popping...

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Categories: analogy, imagery, metaphor, seasons,

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
will...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, black african

The Poet
The Poet

I am what I am.
I can make no pretense,
Of being anything else.
You must accept or shun me, as I am.

I am what I am.
Neither...

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Categories: analogy, art, character, confidence,



A Poem In Which Nothing Is True
The Messiah you see painted on the ceilings of your churches and on the floors of the convenience stores on the corner are me--I know...

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Categories: 11th grade, analogy, religion,

Premium Member Episodes of Love

You left but are not gone;
like an amputation—gone
but still here.
When love is experienced,
it is always.

Lost love is as a raindrop
in a puddle.
An evaporated puddle 
remains...

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Categories: analogy, imagery, lost love,

1 AND 5 Million Injury
My website
JERRY WELLS
My webs I Have A 1.5 Million Injury
I NEED A LAWYER FROM LOS ANGELES
I NEED A LAWYER FOR MY LIFE TIME INJURY CASE...

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Categories: 3rd grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member Would If It Would Be And Is
Would If It Would Be...And Is...

From time immemorial, 
those who would deceive
viewed morality
from under the bridge
and concluded 
that integrity was a choice
rather than a component
of...

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Categories: allegory, america, analogy, betrayal,

Premium Member OF STORIED MEMORIES

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

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Categories: africa, allegory, america, analogy,

Premium Member Of Sinking Ships and Political Debauchery

Today captured souls sail on a Titanic-like ship 
over a new Middle Passage journey on a turbulent sea,
whose waves undulate and froth with viciousness;

The captain...

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Categories: america, analogy, betrayal, imagery,

Premium Member To A Good Night

The glow of the early dawn
And the gleam of the sun’s day
Kissed and illuminated my mind’s eyes,

Now I await the reflection
Of the night’s moon
To illuminate...

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Categories: 8th grade, allegory, analogy,

B28: POEM 37 MY ANGEL
POEM 37 MY ANGEL 



MY ANGEL I ONCE WROTE A LOVE POEM ABOUT MY ANGEL. 

MY ANGEL IT WAS ABOUT AN ANGEL I MET FROM...

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Categories: 7th grade, 8th grade,

FAMILY
NOW TO ALL THE DAME PEOPLE THAT READ MY POEMS AND DON'T PUT A COMMENTS IS VERY MUCH A ASS HOLD.

PUT A COMMENTS...

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Categories: age, allusion, america, analogy,

THE THINGS THAT I DO
THE THINGS THAT I DO.



JUST THINK DEEP DOWN 

IT MUST BE TRUE JUST ME AND YOU 

JUST THINK DEEP DOWN 

I DOND NOT KNOW HOW...

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Categories: age, america, analogy, angst,

Premium Member FACING THE STROMING VICISSITUDES OF NATION BUILDING


Standing at the bow of the rugged ship,
Blistering tears cue up in the wrinkles
Of faces worn weary with anguish;
Uncertainty becoming a bleeding wound.

The raging storm...

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Categories: 12th grade, america, analogy,

Premium Member But That Rain Never Drops
The vines in a bower want to sway in the breeze,
A lonesome brook wants to run zigzag 
From a mountain foot,
But the rain never drops!
A...

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Categories: analogy,

Premium Member Minimums

“Minimums”, 
the onboard computer announces.
A couple of hundred feet of air left between 
runway and plane.

For pilots, decision time.

Land, 
or abort, go around.

Commit,
or not.

Kudos to...

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Categories: analogy, confusion, flying, future,