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Many people in the world are eagerly willing to help
The natural calamities, poverties and manmade
Dangers, cruelties affected people
But they do not find whom and where to help,
Direct clay was turned into required elements
parts, sections, groups, classes in proportion
to set in every function in as pottery style,
osteoblasts turned into bones to form the cage,
Sharpening the cells in cerebrum and cerebellum
Through meditation, arts, knowledge and strategy
With emotion, motion of sad and happy persons
From the history up to date and the moving pages
Sparrows were feeding in a freezing drizzle
That while you watched turned into pieces of snow
Riding a gradient invisible
From silver aslant to random, white, and slow.
When you left my heart
tiny pieces were scattered
This poem is for my wife.
I have made it plainly and honestly:
The mark is on it
Like the burl on the knife.
The poem, even a short time after being written,
seems no miracle; unwritten, it seems
something beyond the capacity of the gods.
Drifting out of sight, fading into the night.
Times of frustration and depression.
An uncomfortably disturbing state of mind deriving from the darkness...
Thrown into a state of intense stress and desperation, how can I ease the pain in my aching heart?
You write poetry without ornament,
You write poetry without the flow of words,
Prose Poems and Experimental Poems
by Michael R. Burch
These are prose poems (is that an oxymoron?) and experimental poems that begin with the first non-rhyming poem I wrote as a teenager...
Prose gets more from poetry,
than poetry from prose
Verse a wellspring where phrases drink
The positive power of prose
Transcends both space and time,
Such that it speaks and overflows
Beyond the choice of rhyme,
Poetry and Prose
Pravat Kumar Mandal
Poetry written in prose
I write prose so I can write poetry,
and poetry so I can write prose
Never prose that calls itself poetry
The workaholic shopaholic sexaholic in me takes a breather from engineering and science
-Gayathri B. Seetharam
I was searching for topics to write or compose blank verse on
When it struck me that apart from death and carnage and destruction,
My sister is a prize-winning poet.
She has won more awards for her poetry
than I could win in the rest of my life
if I lived to be a hundred years old,
All poetry doesn't have to be extravagant or anything special poetry is poetry with rhythm or without rhythm prose poetry.
Prose poetry of ordinary sounds of ordinary meaning every thought through every human in their mind is a child in their mind and this is prose poetry giving that prose flow and keeping it real morally.