Food Prose Poetry Poems
These Food Prose Poetry poems are examples of Prose Poetry poems about Food. These are the best examples of Prose Poetry Food poems written by international poets.
THE CUSTODIANS - A modern fairytale
A tale within a tale.
The twins, bathed and in their pyjamas, settled down on either side of the parent on the comfortable couch in the...
Pixies Find a New Home
Once upon a time, pixies lived in the forests of England, frolicking freely and friends with all the animals that shared their home. However their...
Emma Frost (aka White Queen) is a powerful character in Marvel Comics. Is
she a hero or villain? Sometimes, it is hard to know!...
absence, animal, dog, loss,
There's a ball on the ground, and I think
I should grab that for Moxie.
Dog food is on sale, and my cart is
halfway down the aisle
What Kind of Grocery Store is This
food, woman, women,
I try to pass the powdered donuts
They jump off the display
landing happily in my grocery cart.
I am next met by a shelf full...
Certain Foods Bring Memories
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese and Chef Boy-Ar-Dee boxed pizza
If I had a dollar for every time I ate these two as a child
I could probably...
We Watched Without Comment
He took five times his limit of free provisions from the food bank.
Many of us watched without comment, because we know him.
He must have a...
Dog Came Sniffing Around
Dog came sniffing around
I already have five!
I cannot take you I told him as I fed him breakfast.
He stuck up his nose at dog food,
Our Family Christmas Foods
We have beef and noodles over mashed potatoes for Christmas.
There are many vegetables, the dieting adults pick at a few of them.
Rest of us gnaw...
School Day Before Winter Break
Today is going to be super easy for some
And yet incredibly difficult for others
Easy because it is the last day before winter break
Which used to...
allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
plus than paper
further than vile metal,
a blessing... !
Further than a villain,
a miracle... !
Sweeter and smooth
as a meritorious...
Largest Teeth Armitage Ever Saw
3rd grade, 4th grade,
Armitage thought he had made his escape
The enemies were rapidly slaughtered.
If he were a cannibal, he would have roasted them.
His ancestors would have had a...
Just Like Our Children
We step over them on our way out of each room.
We step over them in the kitchen.
We step over them on the porch.
We step over...
It is Fun Being a Combination Glutton
I am part werewolf part vampire
My vice is gluttony; I love to overeat
My werewolf side devours beef in a sloppy messy way
My vampire side does...
SIGNS OF POETRY
allegory, allusion, analogy, extended
with signs of
when we created
we are immortal...
of the ethereal,
of the chimera,
and we feed