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Christmas Narrative Poems

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

Christmas Guinea Pigs
Twelve guinea pigs are placed under my Christmas tree,
Brightly colored pegs and tiny ribbons on ears,
They run around, so lovely!
When Christmas lights are on, they...

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© Galeo DS  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebration, pets,

It is Christmas
Showers of blessings shall fall
He shall stand you tall
In the Towers of mercy 
In His Name. 

Never to fall.
Forever, stand tall 
Because He reigns
We shall...

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Categories: birth, christmas, words, writing,

Premium Member Hope Atop a Piano
There is a miniature house village,
On a piano top all of the year.
Three figures 'neath a roof grace its center,
A creche to trim for Christmas...

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Categories: analogy, beauty, hope,

Better Off A Cowboy, Part I
My son’s name is Dylan, was country raised
in the hills of Wyoming where cattle graze,
helped on the ranch, but never felt fulfilled,
hated his hometown as...

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Categories: narrative, change, growing up, growth,

I'm Dreaming of a Right Christmas
Welcome to December. A joyful, jolly month. A month of happiness, beautiful lights, decorations, positive vibes, excitement, gift giving, peace on earth and love. Yes,...

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Categories: change, christmas, december, dream,

Premium Member The Kiss of a Christmas Elf
The Kiss of a Christmas Elf

An elf, as one of Santa’s little Helpers,
is bringing presents to a family on Christmas Eve.
A little girl is sleeping...

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Categories: allegory, celebration, holiday, imagery,

Premium Member What Christmas Means To Me
What Christmas Means To Me
By Ruby L. Perry/ 
Christmas is a festival of Expressing the Gratitude of what God has brought to us through...

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Categories: beautiful, bible, birth, black

The Christmas Mule
So many years had passed, he was the offspring of a horse and ass. 
Quickly discounted, the young mule was sold over and over again...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: animal, god, mother son,

Premium Member Life Goes On
Life Goes On
  by Edmund Siejka

It was a wedding
Middle of December
Before Christmas
The hall was decorated in bright lights 
And gay wreathes
It was a time...

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Categories: life,

Premium Member You Are A Heathen and I Need To Read A Book
So how did your meeting go?  My boss asked Number One and Me. Number one is actually Thing one, and I am Thing 2,...

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Categories: anti bullying, bullying, humor,

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,

The 12 Days of Christmas
On the 1st day of Christmas my employer gave to me
A paycheck without an increase

On the 2nd day of Christmas my employer gave to me

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Categories: appreciation, christmas, fun, giving,

Snowflakes With Biting Teeth
After graduating from high school,  I left the South and moved North to the Windy City of Chicago in search of a better way...

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Categories: christmas, december, holiday, weather,

The Singing Bauble
At first I wasn't sure what I was listening to, if anything at all 
 but as I moved a little closer, sure enough she...

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Categories: christmas,

Jill's Christmas Wish

She climbed on the ledge two lotus legs in position  
waiting for the moon to cast her magic spell
Soon she was bathed in light,...

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Categories: imagery,

Life Is Like A Hat

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Categories: imagery,

Premium Member Girl Without A Doll
Carolyn had seen them in her dreams, and sometimes in the dollar store or the resale shop.
They had bouncy heads, some with pony tails, others...

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Categories: perspective,

Premium Member Unforgivable
She pants in low moans,
Meandering through dense brush,
Shrouded by evening sky above a forest.

With damp and matted fur,
An amber-eyed predator sees no prey;
Her hunger grows.


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Categories: cat,

Oklahoma Clay
Most evenings, right around supper,
when the sky was streaked red
right before dark, the old man
would talk of Oklahoma-

the first time he hunted squirrel,
down by Coal...

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© RD McManes  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, imagery, life, loss,

Premium Member Are You Waiting On Him
Are You Waiting On HIM?

You who have been given a vision or a promise from the LORD that you are truly looking forward to its...

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Categories: spiritual, wisdom,