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Angst Narrative Poems

These Angst Narrative poems are examples of Narrative poems about Angst. These are the best examples of Narrative Angst poems written by international poets.


Space and Time
Just for tonight
Let me be on my own.

No looks of
"Are you alright?"
I need my time.

Space is a dear friend.
I rely on their presence.
It's like a...

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Categories: angst, care, introspection, night,



Lingering Love, Slipping Sanity
Haunted with hope, 
The love forgotten kisses my brain,
In time passing so causing strain,
Thoughts stalking 
And seeking, 
Injecting its venomous tendrils in my neck through...

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Categories: 11th grade, angst, anxiety,

TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP Pounding in our ears
He's everywhere, this fake President.
On the tv, the internet. the radio!
Shouting his love for himself,
Loving to hear his own voice!
Bragging of his riches,
Faux caring for...

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Categories: abuse, america, angst, corruption,

Senselessness

If I could control what I smell
I wouldn’t know the stench of poverty
Where many people dwell.

If I could control what I taste
I would not ingest...

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Categories: angst,

The Kave-in Part 2
I gathered up my will to wander towards the light and began to ponder, 
The things I'd do once I found that cave's elusive exit...

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Categories: angst, father son, sad,

The Kave-in Part 1
Sitting watching the world, weary, contemplating life cold and dreary, 
Upon a rock within a mountain which I'd often tread upon before,
As I wallowed, spirit...

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Categories: angst, depression, emotions, father

Don't ask me about my education
From time to time, people ask me
About my education.
Only then, I remember
I have no degrees or diplomas.
I attended no university either.
I hated textbooks and exams.
I...

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Categories: angel, anger, angst, anniversary,

Premium Member Knotted in the Dance
Knotted in the Dance

Our eyes in a silent promise locked, 
the way only stranger's can.
Perhaps foretelling of lover's, unfrocked,
langoured and breathless ran. 

You, I think,...

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Categories: angst, beauty, dance, desire,

Everything That Was Old
Now that everything that was old,
Now is new,
It is as confusing as,
Living on the corner of,
Sunset Blvd.,
And Sunrise Ave.
My daughter and my wife.
...

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Categories: angst,

What is Above
What’s above,
And what’s bellow,
Is arbitrary at best,
When someone is East,
Is someone else always West?
...

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Categories: angst,

Time Uproot The Rocks
Home is the word we love to hear:
The dreams are never over,
They are always a break through: after the tears:
An x is lodge in our...

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Categories: america, angst, black african

Premium Member Who's With Me

This world has fallen apart

Though I can't remember when it was really any different

Us humans sure have lots to learn

I'd say we're millennia away from...

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Categories: angst,

Survivors
A fog of gunpowder,
A stench of death,
Suspicious of the survivors,
Still holding their breath.

They had been left poor,
In this playground of murder,
Literally drinking the blood,
The blood...

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Categories: adventure, age, allegory, angst,

Jihad
Lord 
What we only did 
To the Native Indian 
The Aboriginal 
    To the Jew 
The Armenian 
“Just wars”
I come not to...

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Categories: abuse, angst, anxiety,

Ex-Gay, Part II
...How did this happen? I can’t say,
I’ve no science that can explain,
maybe it was a genetic quirk,
a switch thrown in the brain.

Maybe I’m just a...

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Categories: angst, confusion, fear, feelings,

Ex-Gay, Part I
My name, it is Reginald,
and I’ve got a story to tell,
some folks, they will not like it,
they’ll cry out,”Go to hell!”

You see my wife beside...

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Categories: angst, confusion, fear, feelings,

Soon Enough, Part II
...The wedding was planned for that fifth year,
but when it came Rob sadly did say:
“I’m being deployed, they’re put us on alert,
I’m sorry love, but...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

Soon Enough, Part I
Charlotte Wentworth married far too young,
to a man quite rich with old money.
It had seemed such a dream on the big day,
a year later it...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

The Other Side of Tomorrow
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Categories: angst, emotions, image, mirror,

The Strongest Woman, Part II
...She said,”I need to talk about something,
that for a long while has bothered me.
For the first time in all of my life,
I do not know...

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Categories: angst, children, life, strength,