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Baby Narrative Poems

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


Premium Member God's Tiniest Missionaries, Andy the Man of God
     And, as I began to play the tune, the power of the words from my song, “There is Healing in...

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Categories: christian, health,



The Eightieth Trimester, Part I
Huxley was in his nineteenth year,
a freshman at a fancy school,
the kind with excesses of ivy,
who claimed they accepted no fools.

The academics were no task,
he’d...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

Child Of Air And Sea
A newborn baby girl is sent down from the heavens,
Down to a nine-year old merman.
The Goddess of Air's last request,
Was for the merman boy do...

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Categories: mythology,

Finite
The night- serene and dark,
We lay, mellowed in peace,
How silence would embark,
Down to its utter tease.

As no morning moves,
There’s news I don’t see,
only the outside...

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Categories: birth, dark, death, destiny,

Premium Member ''And Angels Wept''
We dressed him in an ivory lace christening gown,
      that had been handed down generation to generation;
I asked my mother...

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Categories: baby,

The Son of Tyrants, Part I
I was born in far Morsania,
a small, backwater Eurasian state,
known to most folk in this wide world
for my grandfather’s prodigious hate.

My given name is Jocefeus,
but...

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Categories: america, change, dark, family,

Premium Member Waiting For A Good One
She cannot keep a job; she has had several. Anger issues.
Cannot spell or write either, or be nice, but those are secondary problems.
Showed up at...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Crescent Island 6-11-18
Tranquil spaces as we wander through the park,
the heat oppressive.
The zebras herding sheep like the watchful alpaca,
yet there are no predators
A motley selection of animals...

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Categories: imagery,

The Change, Part II
The second time was three years later,
when my cousin called me ‘hater,’
she had gone and got pregnant, see,
despite only being eighteen.
The father had, of course,...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

I Have a Pecan Tree
I found a pecan on the ground
I picked it up when no one was around
Sitting in the hall outside of class crying because her classmates...

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Categories: cheer up, encouraging, heartbreak,

Bulletproof Vest Palpitations

It’s Faint Paddies Day
everyday,
from my oxy scarce commuter view

At this Rocky Mountain skin altitude,
death is always on the dispatch menu

Faint Paddies 
be sweating onion fear...

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Categories: fear, society, truth, wisdom,

In Honor Of Her Brother, Part I
Miriam Colrick and her husband Brad,
tired of dank cities, crumbling and bad,
moved to New Hampshire, bought themselves a farm,
a place they could raise children without...

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Categories: conflict, dark, farm, fear,

Spoken Words
Spoken words are what I hear
That sinks into the depth of my ear
What's reflected and brought up later in time
Are the spoken words buried within...

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Categories: feelings, hurt, language, meaningful,

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,

Candy Crush
Candy Crush is a computer game that people like to play
But Candy Crush to me was revealed a different way
My adrenaline would flow, there would...

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Categories: crush, how i feel,

Premium Member Our FutureNow Youth
All these shooting of our Youth MUST STOP! The city, the churches, communities and our states need to get together. This is not the end....

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Categories: baby, birth, birthday, boy,

Premium Member Being Worth Your Salt
Being Worth Your Salt

The Holy Spirit was speaking to me about being worth
my salt; not working my way to Heaven, it has nothing
to do with...

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Categories: analogy, visionary,

Premium Member Gigantic Adventure of RumbleVoice and Samuel P
Sixteen hundred full moons ago, RumbleVoice, a giant with a mission, and his mighty spy hawk, Samuel P. were up in the Butter Cup Mountains...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,

Clive Gets Woke, Part I
When Clive was nineteen years old
he graduated from high school,
it had taken him five years,
but he would not become a fool.

He’d seen why not two...

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Categories: anger, change, growth, political,

Premium Member Maternity Ward Blues
The woman was older, had black hair, angry brown eyes, and wore a perpetual frown on her face. Chel had heard the nurse on the...

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Categories: baby, hope,