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Child Narrative Poems

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


Why am I Thankful by Colette Dright
Everyday is a Gift from God
Everyday is a day of Thanksgiving

He died so I could live
So I could have a better life
I refuse to waste...

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Categories: appreciation, god, how i

Premium MemberChildhood Lesson by Francis J Grasso
I used to like to go up into the attic when I was a  young child. I was alone up there, away from authority,...

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Categories: childhood, wisdom,



Peace Be With You by Michelle Rensburg
Peace be with you
are the words she said
Flowers placed appropriately 
Saying goodbye to the dead.

She wasn't false
And yet, it wasn't true
Because there were things
She just...

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Categories: care, funeral, grave, grief,

Stay by Colette Dright
As I sat on the ledge looking up to the sky
I asked my Father the W's
The when's, the what's, the where's, the why's

So many places...

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Categories: change, farewell, goodbye, leaving,

I'm Going Get God by Colette Dright
When the devil comes under attack and you know he will, don't be discouraged or be dismayed, just say to him, "I'm going get God."

What...

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Categories: bible, encouraging, god, growth,

Premium MemberPay your dues by Lifes' Tapestry
Shards of glass cover the floor, 
all bloodied and disarrayed,
The night of terror exposed to us all, 
the town came out and prayed.
For the ten...

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Categories: appreciation,

Enough is Enough by Colette Dright
Ever since I was a child and throughout my growing up
All I kept saying was, Enough Mom, Enough
The addiction from your drug use affected our...

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Categories: addiction, childhood, drug,

Premium MemberParlor Chair by Susan Rigo
There is a spot in my grandmother’s home
It is reserved for guests
Older aunts and uncles on a visit, the parish priest, old friends that grandma...

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Categories: grandmother,

FAITH-ADVENTURE by Beata Agustin
This adventure of faith commenced 
when the Saviour and Lord Jesus Christ 
personally introduced Himself to me;
and such encounter I can never forget.
With compassion, He...

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Categories: adventure, bible, christian, faith,

Premium MemberGoing Back To Your Childhood Church by Caren Krutsinger
Tiny orange tea lights with miniature pumpkins sprinkle love lights around the tables,
Which have been set probably since 5:30 a.m. with the church’s best china,
Because...

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Categories: fun,

Premium MemberMystery Of The Poltergeist by Robert Stoner Jr
Mystery Of The Poltergeist

It is said, “All things in balance”,
yin has it’s yang, plus has it’s minus,
all things in balance is natures way.

There is however...

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Categories: death, introspection, mystery,

Premium MemberMy Little Rule At School by Caren Krutsinger
I have a little rule at school.
If you did not hear it with your own ears
Or see it with your own eyes it did not...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,

Premium MemberA Lone Gunslinger by Gershon Wolf
Idyllic country setting, from somewhere in the past
   Imagine an expanse of rich green grass
Running up to a fence, fronting a proud red...

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Categories: death, horse, memory, myth,

A WRINKLE IN TIME by Pixie Dust
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: wherever you see a (B) inserted in the 
narrative, just do a proper breathing of in and out, pause and then
read...

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Categories: beauty, literature,

Trampoline troubles by Robbie McClellan
I decided to have an Andy Griffith moment with Tyler and Violet last night and brought them outside to check out the once every century...

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Categories: animal, child, dad, father

Premium MemberNRIs Arrive on November 16th by Caren Krutsinger
NRIs (Non-reading incorrigibles) always start their public school careers not in August or September, but rather on November 16th, because November 15th is the day...

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Categories: money, political, school,

Premium MemberDudleys LetterPart 3 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 3

She is most obstinate in her opinions 
with a pertinacity that overwhelms 
and confounds the reasonable man. And
she is as bold and arrogant in...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Premium MemberDudleys Letter Part 2 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 2

We must be prudent and proceed, for she 
hath a head that doth excel in knowledge 
of Holy Writ, equal to, if not greater...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

My 9-Line Life, 5 To 17 by curtis johnson
Born the fourth child in a four-room brick house on a large farm in northern Mississippi where cotton was king and hard cheap labor was...

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Categories: america, childhood, poverty, racism,

THE STORY IN MY HEAD by Emmiasky Ojex
THE STORY IN MY HEAD
(Sounds Of Silence)

Would I have had it any better in life?
Why would it be me?
Why would he hurt me?
He is my...

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Categories: abuse, child abuse, depression,