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Body Prose Poetry Poems

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


puckered
puckered
i like your shapely legs
your thighs are awesome
so muscular

your pek pek shorts hug you
as i want to do
me naked

my body reacting to you
i want to...

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Categories: muse, sexy, sin,



ALONE AT A CAFE BOULEVARD
  At a Boulevard cafe              
sits a man near a the...

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Categories: allusion, metaphor, poetry,

SO MUCH LOVE

          
 I live the expressive
nakedness of your body
of Moon...
Diving without fear
in your sea suit
with excitement...

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Categories: allusion, love, metaphor, poetry,

The Fourth Quarter
The Fourth Quarter

Here in the fourth quarter
When time seems to 
Press the pedal to the
Floor and years rush by
Like birds migrating south
In a rush to...

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Categories: age, appreciation, children, family,

Premium Member Walking While Reading
I was walking while reading
because this had been recommended,...

Well,...
actually more like required reading
while walking,
rather than too much blindly reading
while passively impassively sitting through
Earth-reflective stalking exercises

For...

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Categories: caregiving, earth, environment, health,



womenaconstantbreeze
you walk into the streets,
women, a constant breeze
is he is to satisfy your lust
or to give birth, 
as your mother does
fragile, weaker they are 
dominating...

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Categories: abuse, body, change, child

Epiphany of Doom
She was falling into the black hole

Slowly at first, then fast

Arms as black as coal

They were cold and sharp

Pierced her with all the hate they...

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Categories: death, dream,

Premium Member FINE TUNING

For I've not
a jealous
chord
in my

   ~~body, 

even though
it plays

   ~~out-of-tune....

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Divine, O Ganga
The holy and sacred river of India,
Starts its coarse and lumpy journey from the all mighty and staunchest Himalayas. 

Its creation and origin from the...

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Categories: beautiful, blessing, devotion, river,

THE LONG FAREWELL
I’m not good at long goodbyes
As a matter of fact, I’m not good at goodbyes at all
But watching you slowly slip away from me
Is the...

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Categories: eulogy, loss,

Premium Member SPIRITUAL MEAT
I use to stay hungry, would eat a healthy portion of meat. Still I felt incomplete, I was destined to repeat until I heard of...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, character, encouraging,

POETRY OF SELF-KNOWLEDGE

        
          For reading poetry so much
  ...

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Categories: art, metaphor, poetry, wisdom,

Toss And Turn
All Thur the night
Feeling couldn't fight
You were in my head
In my bed 
My body was burning
I was
TOSSING AND  TURNING...

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Categories: candy,

CRAZY DIALOGUE BETWEEN FATHER AND SON

                

      - Junior piece...

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Categories: father son, funny, humorous,

Spindleshanks Ain't No Legend
Spindleshanks Ain't No Legend...

But sits here donned in his foreign
aged (not so lovely) bag of bones
barely functioning surviving, but by
skin off his teeth, (which explains
dentures)...

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

scream
every part of my body 
howl for a piece of you 
but all what's turn to me 
is my own echo…

...

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Categories: missing you,

biological love
since the birth of love-
love learns to fly
through the dark of night
body to body, 
veins to veins,
under the broken moonlit, 
crossing the owl sight, 
besides...

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Categories: blue, love,

Oh To Be Free

I say
I have borne it far too long
A painful task it has been for me
My body grips me evilly
It tortures me 
Roasts me alive
Not letting...

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Categories: freedom,

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: encouraging, religion,

Pendle's unseen war
Tap tap  boom… sheep scattered like shrapnel
Brian Dunn’s instant memorial smoke rose
from his peaty wet death hole, roots
lumps of peat and ling fell like...

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Categories: death, horror, loss, world