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Growth Prose Poetry Poems

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


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,



The Curse On My Lineage
In These Days, We Prayed
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The Curse On My Linage 


Oh linage 
I now sit and wonder,
why thou have grown so slow in progress
And wasteful in...

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Categories: adventure, africa, age, allusion,

Premium Member A SALVAGED WORLD
A car rolls into a soundless night,
It's light sends a bursting view of overhanging growth,
In a microcosm succession of descending seconds,
Pruned for a snapshot temporal...

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Categories: analogy, creation, earth, future,

My Growing Up
Title: My growing up (episode one)

I was born to a native parents 
I guess my mum was a woman of substance
Papa is so good 
I...

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Categories: africa, art, growth,

Is this all
Is this all?

Life is a country, spread before us at birth, its
Vistas stretching beyond the horizon, full of 
Mystery and anticipation. 

In the distance lie...

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Categories: future, life, love, metaphor,

The Poet
The Poet

I am what I am.
I can make no pretense,
Of being anything else.
You must accept or shun me, as I am.

I am what I am.
Neither...

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Categories: analogy, art, character, confidence,

Poet
Shall you amass a wealth of descriptive locutions to plant in your grey matter garden?

Will you give birth to baby eloquence and listen to the...

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© lee bates  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: art, desire, passion, poems,

Premium Member Hope
HOPE

Turbulent water, tempered by the wind
            still remains at peace
    ...

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Categories: blessing, emotions, encouraging, growth,

If Love was a Kite
What happens when you untie
a ribbon in the sky?
And for all the known reasons
for rain, you still cannot
reconcile why
 these all-to-familiar
tears must be cried.
Tie a...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: child, growth, life, love

HIS KISS OF LOVE
You died for my sins,
While I was yet a sinner,
You washed the darkness
Away

You came to me while
I was impure, You came
To me, and you alone
Made...

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Categories: appreciation, best friend, blessing,

Road
You will find a place...

Here and now disaster does linger,
I am as cruel yet as simple as my finger,
There are 4 million roads but I...

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Categories: april, body, books, color,

Nigeria
          - Nigeria -
A country with viable seeds
Lacking growth because of thorning weeds
You could have been more delightful than autumn springs
But your gardeners failed to...

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Categories: africa, anger, character, conflict,

From Now On
                        ...

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Categories: family, father daughter,

Release
Just like clouds releasing their rains
Let go of that sadness 
The pain
The past
And watch things grow
...

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Categories: freedom, growth, health, life,

The Thief
I was young when you started stealing from me,
teasing away my freedom, corruptibly.
I despised you as soon as I recognized you,
Like I was born to...

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Categories: childhood, emotions, growth, health,

Premium Member - Together They Were Strong -



A strong and new friendship was born at the cancer clinic
Both cry, they had lost the driving force to look forward
The pleasure of a long...

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Categories: angst, brother, cancer, death,

Stalk of Corn
Oh stalk of corn,
How withered you look now,
Stripped of honour and glory
Oh you stalk!,
 have remained standing only
 as a provender for stalls and fodder

Once...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, farm, growth,

Let Us Be Free
Let us be….

Let us be cast by winds 
holding on to nothing but each other’s company  
swaying this way and that, 
displaying our fragile...

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Categories: corruption, environment, humanity, nature,

At some point in time
As surely as the sun rises,

one's compelled to wonder

if their rapacious cruelty,

their imperial hubris

isn't simply

the result of their past suffering ...


Nonetheless, what remains lacking

is their...

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Categories: evil, faith, growth, heart,

His Ever-Increasing Unquestionability
His Ever-Increasing Unquestionability

I thank God for the continued growth
which always makes it harder to say,
"God, why you let this happen."
When great troubles come.
However, i still...

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Categories: christian,