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Death Prose Poetry Poems

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

Premium Member How Can The Blinded Ever Bear To See
How Can The Blinded Ever Bear To See

Above drudgery of this life
skies just begging to be seen
sun sends its warmth and its hello
to a humanity...

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Categories: art, culture, deep, humanity,

A tribute to Heather
"A Tribute to Heather "
It all started 38 years ago
December 11 
An angel was sent from heaven 
From the time she came out the womb

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Categories: age, death, death of

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

Angel Returned to Heaven
An angel returned to heaven today
deployed to erase gluttonous hate
from envy's grasp love is pulled away

To bring order to disarray
supplying hope while replacing sloth 

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, death, death

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 The sound of rain
She was standing by the window. I was longing to see the sunlight reflecting on her hair. But she was listening to the sound of...

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Categories: sad,

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,

oance upon a time
 i heard the forest cryin
and the cruel sound of a chainsaw 
biting her flesh 
as a beast devour his prey alive,
but that silence 

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Categories: green, nature, spiritual,

I go to move the clock on your nightstand, but hesitate.
That’s where you always liked it, so I leave it in place.
Should I clear the...

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Categories: bereavement, death, goodbye, grief,

The Sarcastic Crystal Skull
At an old forgotten Oriental cemetery,
half buried in the soil emerges a decomposed skull.
-nothing unpleasant, by the by-
It looks like glass when the sun whitens...

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Categories: death, future, passion, time,

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

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Categories: health, pain,

The Dance
There is one who hung the stars in place.
Who set the cosmos like a timepiece 
In sure rotation across the velvet sky.

He saw his reflection...

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Categories: angel, christian, faith, night,

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

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

The truth is clear.
like a sunny day!
The lie is dark.
like deep cave ...

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Categories: prayer, truth, wisdom, words,

Night creeper
Thou dost creep within the night;
Damp ground and air to aid thy flight.
The darkness keepeth thee from sight,
While on my lettuce thou dost bite
And drape...

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© Anna Nixon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, death, deep,

I’m here!
I see me.
I hear me.
I’m here.
What’s here?
Where’s here?
Am I real?
What’s real?
Virtual universe.
Quantum computer 
We don’t know
all that’s
so anything
is possible.
Would it matter?
“I think 

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© JG Collins  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: art,

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: winter,

Premium Member I want to love a bonnie girl
I want to love a bonnie girl

I am dreaming of dear Scotland again,
once my pretty Sheena and I,
we were drunk in love.

We knew wanderlust of...

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Categories: lost love, love, sad,

Rhetorics On The Nigerian Church
A billion dollar structure to worship
An invisible God.
Why there are a billion persons 
Who go to bed hungry.
This God in whose image we were all...

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Categories: abuse, allusion, april, art,

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: anti bullying, black african