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Eve Prose Poetry Poems

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


The Fall

The Fall

On the anniversary Adam coaxed Eve,
complaining, distracted, to the clearing
for the invented ritual. 
He had been uneasy since,
repeating actions in certain ways as if,
had...

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Categories: angst, anniversary, faith, forgiveness,



NEW WINE IN OLD BOTTLE
At cock crow 
Lady and Mr. Y, turned seventy
They googled themselves;
The wind whistled past
And exposed the gooses back
They felt the wrinkles 
On their temple,
The rings...

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Categories: age, creation, desire, humanity,

I Dont Give A Fig About The Brouhaha
I Dont Give A Fig About The Brouhaha...
of new year's eve,
yet yours truly does consider
at least one singular plum me facet by Jeeve
er...Robert (or Rabbie)...

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Categories: assonance, august, farewell, january,

Premium Member On The Eve of A Silent Winter Night

The pre-gibbous moon
looked on
as five flying geese
in pattern formation
quietly fluttered by...
streaking across the sky;

Landscaping shadows
of stoic poised trees
reflect  their presence
as the chilled air teases
goosebumps...

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Categories: 8th grade, beautiful, imagery,

Premium Member Everlasting Life
Ask Jesus for His help
and for His forgiveness.
Jesus loves you.
He came to earth to show you
how much He cares.
Jesus will never let you down.
Jesus forgives...

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Categories: appreciation, best friend, bible,

EVE BEACH BENCH
its near water side
the beach long and wide
she payed  a price
its very  nice
had no fences
its
EVE BEACH BENCH...

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Categories: art,

DESPERATELY WONDERFULLY ILL
Was never sure whether or not to laugh, smile or cry when
auntie came to tea, a matriarch she, wearing white gloves
plus purple cardigan - seven buttons...

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© emma green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, books, love, passion,



Inexplicable memory quirkily unhinged
A rhetorical question finds me asking 
(to no one in particular) why I recall 
the names of grade school teachers 
approximately fifty years ago (whose...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member COTTON CANDY AMIDST A DRIZZLE


Sauntering in the park ,a man remembered 
this naughty lad, stuck on a wooden bench 
in the middle of carnival hours, yawning…
till the drizzle of...

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Categories: candy, childhood, rain,

Demented Intent 2
I visited a church today, and everyone was well attired in high tech.            ...

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Categories: bible, christian, confusion, dark,

sink bucket
A sink bucket
Today I forgot to buy milk, black coffee in the morning it is so 
easy to remember the past it shines like jewels...

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Categories: child, child abuse, childhood,

Future world we create for kids
Surging war country to country for dominance. Killing people for own contentment only gives learning lessons to kids and their kids. Will say this is...

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Categories: child, child abuse, community,

Good morning
This must be what it felt like when God breathed life into man or when Adam first saw Eve

We paint white sheets with vibrant colors,...

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Categories: art, beautiful, love, poetry,

Bittersweet
you’re like a fluffy white blanket on a snowy winters eve and I still can’t believe you spent any time next to me. you’re like...

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Categories: betrayal, love,

Peices of a Greater Standard
After church on New Years day I sit against the closet doors of my room in tears, mostly at this one situation. There are other...

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Categories: christian,

MAN
Am no angel i am a man, 
and men were not the first to fall from glory…

Am no fanatic nor unbeliever, 
men are imperfect, 
because...

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Categories: poems, poetry,

How Else Could It Have Gone
How far back do you wish to go?
Could the universe have failed to Big Bang?
Could the galaxies have all failed to form?
Could the sun have...

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

Battle of Life and Death
After a solid decade of what can only be described as the worst of luck.
I've grown accustomed to living a life of pain and misery.
Fearful...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, bereavement, death,

Misunderstanding Genesis
Misunderstanding " Genesis"

When I get to thinking about man
about women
I think to the beginning of time
which is a question in itself
bring me back in time
to...

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Categories: bible, christian, confusion, faith,

A CHRISTMAS TREE
This Christmas I want to be,
The symbol of a Christmas tree.
The symbol of love, hope and goodness,
As the past years have been full of darkness.

This...

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© Jacob Osae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, art, christmas, eve,


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