Childhood Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberNOVEMBER ELEVENTH by Elaine George
Yes! I am here, sweetheart,  beneath our beautiful oak tree. Autumn leaves, like burning embers, fall from its canopy and float to the ground....

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Categories: death, i love you,

Easter 2018 by curtis johnson
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Categories: christian, easter, family,



Premium MemberThings Change by Leo Larry Amadore

The first bike I ever owned 
(when I was ten or eleven)
was a Christmas gift
from a friend – he was receiving a new one
and I...

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Categories: age, best friend, boy,

My Spirit Animal by Christine Phillips
The soul of the earth is wrapped up inside
And the spirit of God is walking beside me
The universe rests upon my shoulder
And I can feel...

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Categories: 8th grade, blessing, character,

BABY ARRIVAL AT 01:45 O CLOCK by Kolawole Owoigbe
At 24:00  O’ Clock  of the stars,
When the tides are clapping to 
The pressure of her contractions.
 Louder is the agony her painful...

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Categories: africa, baby, birth, birthday,

Premium MemberA State Called Regardless by Sian St. John
A State Called Regardless

There had been no births in the family
for 30 years
no one knew how to put on a diaper
with two pins
old relatives marveled...

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Categories: age, baby, character, childhood,

Odyssey from Africa 14c by Phil Salmon
https://www.amazon.com/Odyssey-Africa-adventures-Phil-Salmon/dp/197392479X


Chapter 14c

Warriors of mighty stature
Armed with blades of shining metal
Fire-wrought bronze, a work of wonder,
Walked beside a bright-robed figure

Slight of build and short in stature...

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Categories: adventure, africa, children, humanity,

A CHILDHOOD MEMORY by Mia Pratt
Once upon a time 
when I was just a little girl
my family and I used to go
to this enchanting  place, so surreal
that it had...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, childhood, miss

Where I'm From-- my version of George Ella Lyon's poem by Samara Khasru
I’m from the piano in my living room,
from the music and melody.
I’m from the old, shabby couches,
(Placed proportionally,
opposite side from the TV)
I’m from the mirror,...

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Categories: childhood, family,

FORGOTTEN FEAR by FATMIR TERZIU
Fatmir Terziu

I have elapsed my childhood
To play I have forgotten.
I have forgotten to cry
To smile I have forgotten.

I have forgotten to wake up
To sleep, I...

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Categories: character,

Premium MemberA Near-to- death State Of Mind by Jonathan French
He lies, warm and straight; unmoving.
Free from pain in his transitionary world;
safe within a love that shared his body and mind.
Without her altruistic and unyielding...

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Categories: goodbye,

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,

On my way to school by Janaki Mahendran
I din't travel by bus to school 
Neither did my mother drive  me there
With my friends and cousins
I had the best of childhood fun
During...

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Categories: childhood, memory,

Premium MemberEMPTY by Judy Emery
EMPTY

It's so cold in this darken world
Silence is a big part of my life
Oh, I don't want to cry
I can't handle any more pain
I'm homeless...

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Categories: abuse, childhood, memory, pain,

MY OLD SONGS OF CHRISTMAS by Lei Strauss
Wearing ragged and untidy clothes at night,
There was no make-up but a little dust on our faces,
With improvised instruments made by little hands
We let people...

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Categories: childhood, children, christmas, memory,

Premium MemberSometimes I Cry by Judy Emery
Sometimes I Cry 

Sometimes when I'm alone I cry
for this pain to be gone 
I cry for all of us in our home 
In the...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, childhood, voice,

Premium MemberCHRISTMAS OF YOUTH by nette onclaud


At first it seemed as if the night had sang
Our pine tree lit mostly with an array of decor:
Until I watched two boys roaming out...

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Categories: childhood, christmas, uplifting,

A SINGLE MOTHER'S HUSTLE by reagan musore
That moment when you are a daughter or a son,
To a single mother,
Either due to death or a divorce,
And you face hard time,
Seeming to be...

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Categories: betrayal, divorce, encouraging,

Premium MemberMore Worse When I Cry by CayCay Jennings
Teacher said my decisions needed consequences.
I have to write a million gazillion sorry sentences.
Billy was stupid to tease me, call my family poor.
I had to...

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Categories: abuse, childhood,

WISH I KNEW YOU WHEN I WAS YOUNG by Lei Strauss
WISH I KNEW YOU WHEN I WAS YOUNG

Looking back on those years...
Everything was fragmented.
Everything was made by nightmare.
I got a lot of questions to ask,
But...

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Categories: abuse, angst, grief,