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Freedom Prose Poetry Poems

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


Premium Member Of Surrealism and Reality

Great day in the morning!
I can hear freedom bells ringing;
I can see liberty waving on the horizon;
I can smell the sweetness of equality;
I can taste...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, imagery, metaphor,



DO YOU TRULY LOVE A WOMAN
       
          


You say you love
the woman ... she is...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, freedom, love,

WE ARE THE BEST
we prove to be
 have freedom key
  we fought for all
there we they call
for other we're the wall
better than the rest
YET
WE ARE THE
BEST
...

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Categories: confusion,

Premium Member Whether By The Sun Of Day Or The Moon Of Night: Justice Waits
for


             I

In the distance, the fading sun
bade adieu and slipped
behind the golden horizon;
the...

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Categories: 12th grade, america, analogy,

WHAT FREEDOM MEAN
the is strong
its not wrong
mean to do
what you won't too
go where you won't go
this not  a dream
WHAT FREEDOM MEANS...

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Categories: adventure, courage,



FREEDOM IS NOT FREE
to day was aprice to pay
these or not lies many dies
so we call walk  and talk
they fought in bad weather
so we could live together
you...

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Categories: abuse, adventure,

Premium Member IN THE BEEHIVE OF STRUGGLE

Freedom, like truth, is far from being
a virgin; abused, raped, polluted and left
to whither, die and decay. But these two sisters
ape the wind, water, and...

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Categories: abuse, allegory, analogy, black

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

In concert
She had a voice of her own. She didn’t always sound melodious; but was always true to the ear. Her tone was always in tune...

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Categories: encouraging, for her, freedom,

FREEDOM FOR ALL
freedom has no corlor
its  for
all sister and brothers
our lords above islove
and the wall
FREEDOM  FOR ALL...

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Categories: adventure, america, christian,

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,

Spectrum
Left to right,
all in between
humanity 
resides.
Narrow band
of reality.
Limited in
nature.
Controlled.
Programmed 
in narrow 
reality.
Freedom 
genetically 
manipulated.
Swimming 
in a
fish bowl.
Limited 
reality,
all that is
known
limited in
nature.
Cannot 
know what
cannot be
known.
What
cannot be
fathomed.
Expanse...

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

FREEDOM WALK
its still goes on
and sets the tone
we all belong
this is the lords home
together we must plan
holds hands and talk
its the
FREEDOM WALK...

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Categories: discrimination,

The Power of Whatever
The Power of Whatever


     Whatever! I probably say it a dozen times a day, and it makes things feel better. It...

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Categories: freedom, peace,

recognition
sitting on the porch
i listen to the guttural

call of distant birds,
and i begin to think of you –

you, who are my wind
carrying my soul

away like...

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: religious,

Freedom
Free will
 an
illusion.
Free, limited 
only.
Programmed 
to a path,
course of
actions
predetermined!
Endless choices,
genetically 
constrained.
Aggressive 
by nature,
or timid be.
Anything
in between. 
Choices constrained 
by nature.
Niches filled,
genetically so.
Preprogrammed, 
following 
the
genetic path
to
free...

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

Workingman's world
1.


In an ahistorical fog:

all the Ways home,

all the signposts,

treacherously hidden 

by greedy men and women:

all eyes off the ball:

mere contemptible bourgeois folly.


2.


The rain is unending,

the...

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Categories: angst, freedom, political, symbolism,

BUY A TICKET TO HEAVEN
you can  just take his hands
show love and care
beware
love will fixs it
just do this you can't miss
live foever
BUY YOUR
TICKET TO HEAVEN...

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Categories: adventure, freedom,

Freedom
It appears that I was both half asleep and awake.  For all intents and purposes, let's just call it a dream. There was a...

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Categories: america, animal, freedom,

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