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.


Right of Bruhta, Right on Sista by Allan Terry
sometimes we act like we
gotta ask for nothing
our way of trying to get something
beg a little to get what we got
and act satisfied cause it...

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Categories: betrayal, celebrity, city, culture,

Premium MemberYvonne's Swan Song by Mark Toney
Yvonne was very, very, very happy.
She loved her mother.
She loved her brother Phillip.
And she loved swans.
Oh, did she ever love swans!

She loved the way they...

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Categories: anti bullying, bullying, children,



The Missing by Steve Zak
Memories shift through generations; pictures yellow, fray across the currents of time, worn and torn. Hushed stories talk about a life taken away too early,...

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Categories: memorial day, world war

Premium MemberVan Gogh at Saint Remy by Maurice Rigoler
My dear Theo,
    It’s been a week since I committed
myself. I feel quite at home and with
no regrets that I did so....

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Categories: art,

Premium MemberLiving With The Wolfman by Caren Krutsinger
She stopped smiling as soon as she picked up the subtle slow opening of the front door.  Jake, her grown up three-year-old stopped playing....

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Categories: abuse, addiction, anger, family,

The Adjective Twin: A Poem of Pain by Moji Agha
The Adjective Twin: A Poem of Pain 

I am "presumptuous" 
and with my brother, "arrogant" 
we are the adjective twin
of "gentle" blame
of "gentle" wounding
of "gentle"...

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Categories: change, culture, discrimination, judgement,

Bloody Oriskany, Part I by David Welch
In seventeen seventy-seven,
amidst the deep summer’s August heat,
Barry St. Leger, loyalist milita,
and the Iroquois walked on sore feet.

Their mission was clear: move down the Mohawk,
meet...

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Categories: america, conflict, freedom, hero,

The Ghosts Behind the Graves on Omaha Beach by Steve Zak
They were young then, now they would be old men looking across an empty beach, the sun at their back; for many this would be...

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Categories: death, dedication, hero, history,

Memorial of Candy by Florence McMillian
Memorial of Candy

My memories of knowing him
So many years ago
As the father of my two oldest children
I’ll remember the thoughts that glow

Though a lot of...

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Categories: family, children, funeral, growing

Premium MemberPART ONE - A Gunshot Wound to the Heat - A short story from my memoir by Elaine George
GUNSHOT WOUND TO THE HEART 


From a two-room schoolhouse high on a hill over the Fundy Bay, I sat at an old wooden desk daydreaming....

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium MemberPART TWO- Gunshot Wound to the Heart- a short story from my Memoir - A journey of Roses and Thorns by Elaine George
It was a hot summer day.  Harry had stopped by Grandma's house and offered to take the two little girls down to the store...

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Categories: nostalgia,

For Honor, Part III by David Welch
III.
It was three days later fate arrived,
when the two were eating breakfast.
An old van pulled up towards the house,
“Come on out!’Selim cried in a rasp.

They...

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Categories: evil, faith, family, father

For Honor, Part I by David Welch
I.
Carter Gray was a retired marine,
who’d done two tours in Afghanistan,
discharged at thirty, he moved to Utah
to raise cattle on a big spread of land.

He’d...

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Categories: evil, faith, family, father

Quarrel of man by Lori Lucas McClure
What meanest thou? Why doest thou rage oh man. 

How hath thee imagined an evil thing against thine brother.

For now the nations are heard, a...

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Categories: change, forgiveness, hate, humanity,

Odyssey from Africa 13b by Phil Salmon
Ch. 13 b (The whale, cont.)

Now the sardine hunt developed 
As they glimpsed beneath the surface 
Flashing rays of gold and silver
Of the dolphins and the swordfish 
 
That...

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Categories: adventure, africa, courage, endurance,

Premium MemberOnce Upon a Christmas 1954 - Part One by Elaine George
Each year as Christmas rolls around, as I buckle under the pressure and stress of shopping for gifts for people that already  have everything,...

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Categories: christmas, nostalgia,

Premium MemberOnce Upon a Christmas 1954 - PART 2 by Elaine George
Finally – it was Christmas Eve and we put the presents under the tree and hung our stockings at the foot of the bed. ...

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Categories: christmas, nostalgia,

Premium MemberMy Letter to Santa by CayCay Jennings
Hi, Santa, I want a pile of North Pole snow
and I’d sure like to know if it’d be too hard
to make my present a fulltime...

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Categories: christmas, humorous,

The Storm Is In The Calm by Christine Phillips
The angles are in the storm
Just before  the break of dawn
Sending a message to everyone
Telling them to remain calm
The angels are singing out loud
They...

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Categories: abuse, america, angel, anger,

Premium MemberDo the Math by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Fifty stars
and
thirteen stripes
Wavy patriotic mathematician
do the math ... 
Subtraction or addition,
what will the numbers be,
37 or 63?
Slavery took away my parents’ human rights,
and their children’s...

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Categories: america, history, math, truth,