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Brother Narrative Poems

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


THE GOAT OF KERIOTH-HEZRON by Isabel San Martin
You were exceptional, son of Simon,
A Judean among Galileans.
You were beloved, son of Simon,
Dependable. Unfailing. 
You were trustworthy, son of Simon,
How ironic for me to...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, bible, corruption,

Premium MemberVeterans Day US - Remembrance Day in CDN - Eleven, Eleven - Part Two by Elaine George
I wrestled with my conscience for some time as I watched more and more able man from our town enlist in the navy. I spent...

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Categories: remembrance day,



In Honor Of Her Brother, Part II by David Welch
...For a year they lived and were not bothered,
began to question what it was they’d heard,
but one careless night, though the love was sublime,
Miriam got...

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Categories: conflict, dark, farm, fear,

In Honor Of Her Brother, Part I by David Welch
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,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part II by David Welch
...He turned back to see all four of his gang
staring at him, in anger and shock.
“That boy was worth thousands,”seethed out mad Bret,
his hand shifting...

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Categories: narrative, change, conflict, courage, death,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: narrative, change, conflict, courage, death,

Shall he get fired by Evan L M
Shall he get fired,

Maybe its time to see where this life leads me, His music was on, Lindsay Stirling to start it off, following some...

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Categories: growing up, identity,

Premium MemberOnce Upon a Halloween in the 50's by Elaine George
The excitement mounted as we rummaged around in the attic looking through old steamer trunks for discarded clothes and props to make Halloween costumes. With...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium MemberEscape from Horror by Andrea Dietrich
When I first awoke in this hospital, they tell me I had stared straight ahead and never uttered a word. I was in shock for...

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Categories: horror,

Premium MemberI Would Like To Call His Mother by Caren Krutsinger
Let me tell you something you can’t tell anybody, not the principal, not my teacher, not nobody.
I stopped the ten-year-old midstream.  If you tell...

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Categories: anxiety,

Premium MemberThe Bug Jar Part 2 by Carol Connell
This is the continuation of the story written by my brother Bob of our growing up years in the chicken coop.

Because we had no rooms...

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Categories: family, friendship, love, memory,

Premium MemberThe Bug Jar Part 1 by Carol Connell
This was written by my brother, Bob Contino. This is a longer more detailed version of my last poem posted, Chicken Coop Chronicle.

When I was...

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Categories: family, love, memory, poverty,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part III by David Welch
...In a fury Malcolm shot to his feet,
shouted ‘Uncle Tom!’ in a moment of heat,
got into his car, a half-dead pinto,
in a cloud of dust...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part II by David Welch
...“While I march for justice in our neighborhood,
you were out here running ’round in the woods.
While I protested to bring about change,
you sold out to...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part I by David Welch
Booker MaCline stared out with his young eyes
at the rolling hills and trees of great sizes,
West Virginia’s landcape, so much different,
the plane ride here every...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Clive Gets Woke, Part I by David Welch
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,

Those Were Da Days by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Workin' fo’ free from cradle ta grave
Laborin' sunup ta sundown e’eryday,
while Missy and Massa sat in da shade
Those were da days

Us darkies knew where our...

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Categories: nostalgia, perspective, slavery, song,

This Is Where The Money Is by Christine Phillips
I circled around the park three times and continue journeying towards the west
On my first cycle I met a couple sitting on the corner watching...

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Categories: betrayal, corruption, education, endurance,

There Is No Excuse For Ignorance by Christine Phillips
There is no excuse for ignorance
You must know when you were born
There is no excuse for ignorance
You are sucking the energy out of the popcorn
And...

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Categories: absence, betrayal, business, confidence,

Faces In The Train by Christine Phillips
I have been used to living alone for so long
I am determined and easy going but headstrong
This morning was rather strange because I was on...

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Categories: anxiety, city, conflict, deep,