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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.


Premium Member I Think Mother Knew
“Who’s that man by the casket?” I turned and quizzed my brothers
discretely, as the mourners filed in.
“That’s old Jacob Wrigley,” one replied, “a friend of...

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Categories: family, mother,



The Golf hole
You have been golfing your time away when
When your authority is dying and babies are crying 
You have been golfing your time away when there...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, care, character,

Premium Member Cherry Blossom Offspring
Amid the glare and glitter at this jolliest of seasons there lurks a deep rich human impulse born to halo moons.
Glowing cheek of cherry blossom...

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Categories: angel, art, beautiful, celebration,

Premium Member Christmas Day 2520
Christmas 2520
There are no artificial trees
Piles and piles of electronics have been built into ski resorts
No one has school or work; the earth children are...

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Categories: science fiction,

Premium Member Forever Songs
In the quiet of the morning
A bird began singing.
She awakened the dawn of the day.
Her praises came ringing
What a beautiful, beautiful voice
And I whispered a...

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Categories: christian, christmas, encouraging, family,



True Christmas
She couldn't held back to stop the tears filled with pain
all it happed that none of her stocks were sold.
Taking a glance at her poor...

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Categories: christmas, meaningful,

Every December
Every December she remembers. 
And every December he relives the memory of the greatest loss of his childhood. 
The loss that has impacted the rest...

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Categories: childhood, december, loss, memory,

Premium Member Come On Man, It's Christmas
I was a driver for a large delivery company whose               ...

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Categories: christmas,

Appealing
I can feel the sun warming my body and the universe telling me that it is sorry, the clouds are rolling by and the burden...

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Categories: america, beauty, community, confidence,

Premium Member I Hear The Christmas Bells
Right after high school, I eagerly
signed up at eighteen,
they gave me a gun, a rifle,
I marched to a cadence song
before dawn,
they told me I would...

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Categories: america, betrayal, emotions, god,

Poems Stay With Me
Poems Stay With Me 

Who life is this anyway,
Is she mistaking grief for depression?
as the saying goes.....
Grief is an opportunity to develop authentic belief

Twenty years...

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Categories: addiction, age, anxiety, appreciation,

The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part IV
“I knew then it was the last novel I’d write,
couldn’t go elsewhere due to my contract.
They wanted books like I’d written before,
but there was no...

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Categories: narrative, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad,

The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part III
“If it had just been one of two messages,
I could have passed it off as an outlier,
but when it got up to forty percent…
then my...

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Categories: narrative, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad,

The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part II
...My last day at work I got him alone,
and I let loose in a brutal tirade,
said that he’d betrayed ‘serious writing,’
which has trouble enough in...

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Categories: narrative, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad,

The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part I
I used to be ashamed to say that I
once wrote for a rather large company,
the kind the likes to print up greeting cards,
and for some...

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Categories: narrative, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad,