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House Prose Poetry Poems

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


LET'S LOVE
     
      My sweetheart said to me: let's fantasize, let's make sweet love ... Let's escape...

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Categories: creation, funny, humorous, metaphor,



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,

Frozen Lakes - Bete Noire
Frozen lakes
water unforgiving
ducks frozen in place
crying for release
you cannot reach them
you cannot reach them
feathers fly but wings do not soar
screaming for an out
for only an...

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Categories: winter,

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,

I-Thou


I-Thou


I sit

In a coffee-house

As I so often do,

Alone,

But never

Left alone


Sitting anonymously

In the warming crowd

Disappearing

In a favorite

Stuffed oversized

Chair

As if hiding

In a peaceful 

Winter cloud.


I peer

Outward

Smiling

Inwardly

With my

Body...

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

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,

The Crazy Kitten
The Crazy Kitten
 

The crazy kitten purred.
Its soft and slender  body 
Brushed around my skin.
It meowed as it juggled 
The ball of woolly yarn
All...

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Categories: 9th grade, animal,



Ode to a Dead Black Rat
Black Rat;
        Laying on your stomach in the grass.
Looking so alive by the ant-hill;
    ...

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Categories: allegory, angst, animal, crazy,

Premium Member This is not a poem about you
this isn't about London
with its etch-o-sketch shapes
this isn’t about the city
with its razor sharp lines

this isn't about Blake’s
chartered streets
groaning under the weight
of its financial institutions

This...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, london,

Premium Member Lost
The chimneys perspire 					
The ghosts					
of miners past
wait for me 
Flashing white teeth, 					
Hobnails clicking the cobbles				
 
On the other side of the dark				
the old steam...

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© Tony Kirk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, dream, fear, gothic,

STORMY DECEMBER
 
No windows in my small house where the birds had been made of faint shadow and the rivers are laughing with tears. Our windy...

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Categories: nature,

First Farewell
We wrapped a long length of red holy cloth around
his body, slung him between two green bamboo poles,
and carried him to the edge of the...

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Categories: grandfather,

Premium Member Mothers Are Not All The Same
She always preached for them to be nice, but she never was herself.
She said “say kind things even if you do not mean it,” teaching...

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Categories: angst, anti bullying, bullying,

Mondays are not meant for miseries
I walked into new rooms and realised my love for gardens , hiding under verdant bushes and seeking my mates hiding from me and how...

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Categories: celebration,

When A Wife Flies Half-way Round the World
[After I wrote this, I understood why so often when one half of a long term-- 40, 50, 60 plus years--couple dies, the other often...

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Categories: angst, appreciation, devotion, inspirational

Premium Member You Did Not Hear Me Horse and House
I will have a million monies when I grow up.
I have to make more monies. You can make monies?  Sure.
How? You mean you do...

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Categories: 2nd grade, 3rd grade,

Christmas
The spirt Of
Christmas.
Secularism,
leaning away
from religion.
Do not know
if there is 
a god.
I believe in a 
great maker, but
don’t believe 
humanity has
a clue. 
Yet,
 Christmas Spirit.
What is...

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

Her Ripped Blue Jeans
You’re screaming at me through the kitchen door
I’m not quite as pretty as the one before
Her ripped blue jeans keep staring at me
In trouble again...

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Categories: relationship,

I NEED A LAWYER ANYONE HELP ME
THIS IS WHAT HAPPEN TO ME ON JANUARY 29, 2018 
I WAS WALKING UP 60th SREET FROM MY HOUSE THAN 
I TRIP OVER A PICE...

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Categories: 5th grade, age, angel,

Time flies
From birth till death
We don't even notice the clock hand 
Time flies in different lapse 

From playing and turning twenty
We don't even realize what we...

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Categories: anger, change, time,


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