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Home Prose Poetry Poems

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


Baby come Home
Baby I need you
All you do
Won;t you  too
Where you belong
Baby Come Home...

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Categories: crush,



Nursing Home Care
They sit and  stare
Some not aware
Sit lay bed alone
Lights turn on
Under
Nursing Home Care...

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Categories: caregiving, change,

WHEEL CHAIR BLUES
its a nursing home
in chair some or alone
its sad
some look mad
been sick
with legs very thick
doctor give ths bad news
its the
WHEEL CHAIR BLUES
...

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Categories: absence,

LOVE COME HOME
love please
put minds at ease
your been gone to lone
to much going on
people been done wrong
no matter if your in rome
LOVE PLEASE COME
HOME...

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Categories: adventure, crush,

BRIDS OF SPRING
they come home
mabe from rome
as the weather change
there hum  is insane
this what  this season bring
some call them
BRIDS 
OF SPRING...

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Categories: adventure, beautiful,

BABY AM LONELY
baby please come home
you and I belong
let fly to rome
for me your heavenly
always ways be you too
only
BABY AM LONELY...

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Categories: break up,

Familiarity
Sameness I can avoid

I know what your skin smells like in the morning

And I can avoid that

I know how your eyes look when you get...

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Categories: break up, love,



A Flashback of the Day
After coming back from church last night, wishing everyone a Happy Easter, my sister's only wish was to watch The Greatest Showman. So, my mother...

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Categories: conflict,

Premium Member Winter Sihouette Skies

In the winter twilight
of the meandering drive,
silhouettes of dark clouds
patchwork the cerulean sky
with weird images of animate
and inanimate things:
animals, buildings, ships,
celestial mountains
rising above a terrestrial...

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Categories: beauty, imagery, joy, memory,

Premium Member A Spring Of Life Celebration

In the consuming time of day
the water of the no longer frozen pond
is again home to a family of ducks
floating quietly in the center, as...

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Categories: animal, beauty, imagery, metaphor,

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,

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,

Premium Member Dreaming of Scotland
Dreaming of Scotland


She was as pretty as a picture.
Fate had brought her to me at a dark tavern in Germany.
Her raging brown eyes and
auburn hair...

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Categories: love, relationship, sorrow,

Premium Member Butterfly kisses
Butterfly kisses

Once my baby girl,
once my world.

We had Summer days at the beach, wandered all the parks near when the days were warm, we shared...

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Categories: blessing, children, devotion, love,

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,

Premium Member My Son's Resting Place
All paths lead back to this place
Where you rest in eternal peace
Today a white blanket of nature
Keeps you in God’s warm embrace

Snowflakes fall around me...

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Categories: death, father son, grave,

We Used To Go To The Store Together
We used to go to the store together.
Picking out vegetables was her Glory,
‘Let’s get a nice, Vibrant one!
No, not that one, THIS one!’
She would say.
She...

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Categories: appreciation, funny, humorous, loss,

To Orange
To Orange,
I've been dreaming, dreaming lately.
How things seemed so sure back then.
How love wasn't a flashback of the days.
How your kindness was taken for granted.
I...

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Categories: 12th grade, age, desire,

Balance for better
Balance for better reminds me of a seesaw!
I sit on one side, she sits on the other, I see from here, She sees from there,...

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Categories: family, gender, metaphor, poetry,

COME HOME
your gone to long
my life you
set the tone
BABY PLEASE
COME HOME...

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Categories: crush,


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