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Confusion Narrative Poems

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


Greener Grass

That is what he wanted,, 
A change from where he grew up.
A novelty in his life 
which pleases the eyes
And lures the heart.
What is new...

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Categories: career, childhood, conflict, confusion,



Mundanity Doth Not Spell Ennui
Nor do I feel free
akin to noble savage 
(gratis to Jean Jacques Rousseau)  
completely unfettered, and able lee
to fend off unseen banshee,
comically swatting for...

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Categories: boy, childhood, confusion, destiny,

Ghosts of the High Rockies, Part II
* * *

The trapper looked for the oddly-dressed man,
but could no longer see him, or his tent.
He glanced around, so supremely confused,
now where the devil...

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Categories: america, confusion, history, imagery,

Ghosts of the High Rockies, Part I
Eamon heard the rocks skitter away,
scree tumbling down with his every step,
descending from towering Mount Gilborne,
to a lake below where he could rest.

He knew a...

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Categories: america, confusion, history, imagery,

One Last Tear
The saddest tears to me are from the eyes of a clown.
What does he have to cry about? When his job 
Is to bring many...

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Categories: confusion, cry, dark, deep,

No Judgement Jamie
No Judgement Jamie always was told
that judging others was vile and cold,
all her teachers did proudly attest
that living life without judging was best.

And the media...

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Categories: confusion, culture, death, education,

What happens in the past, stays in the mind
What happens in the past, stays in the mind. 

Sitting on the floor,  pen in hand, a wealth of books surround me, comfortable in my...

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Categories: abortion, abuse, anger, dark,

Something About Ed's Wife, Part II
We though she was just feeling alone,
and we wanted to be there for our friend,
but what happened when we stepped inside
shocked both me and my...

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Categories: friend, life, loss, marriage,

Aiyegbogbon --Life takes wisdom
Aiyegbogbon

Lost in vain emptiness  
Devoid of meaning 
Shunned within then without 
Submerged in a waterless pool
soaked in a bubbling vacuum 
Converged in a ceaseless...

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Categories: confusion, emotions,

A Silent Movie
	I watch people move around me on a silver screen. They kept their eyes averted, making slight faces as they walk by.
	The other children spoke...

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Categories: 9th grade, abuse, appreciation,

Our Spicy First Date
I still savor the thought of the zest that I caught
When you joined us that night after school.
Tara figured out why, since she’s so sage...

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© Ed Morris  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funny, funny love, humor,

AGE and TIME
Time run things
Not people,
It decide when to go fast, when to pause 
And when to stand still to make a minute
Feels like hours,
No wonder we...

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Categories: anxiety, community,

Settling Old Grudges, Part II
...“The bloodshed grew, the army was called in,
and sided with settlers as they often did,
Blue Hawk’s people were crushed, all rounded up,
put on the rez...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, family, father

Settling Old Grudges, Part I
This house belonged to grandfather Rudolph,
though its history goes much further back,
all the way to the eighteen seventies,
when to this vast land Herbert Blake did...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, family, father

The Dove
(a lighter-hearted parody of the masterpiece poem “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe)

Once upon a noonday sunny, while I smiled at something funny
In the park...

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© Ed Morris  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funny, funny love, love,

I'm Going Get God
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,

Exposed
He exposed me to the hurt and lies, the brokenness, pain and distrust
The selfishness, the cheating, the loneliness and the lust
The darkness, the sadness, the...

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Categories: feelings, peace, thank you,

Adaaba - Inculpation
ADAABA  (INCULPATION)

submerged in marshy waters
she mused furiously
rotating the blades 
while massaging the hilt 
silently hopeful 
as the timing is crucial
marching to deluge 
the seemingly...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, confusion,

Mariah of Magdala
Continuation of 
Part IV: FORGIVENESS

Today Mariah of Magdala,
It is written not only of you but of your enemies
Do you discover Mariah of Magdala
We are all...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, celebration, community,

Haunting The Ghost
I’ve been haunting this old gothic
since nineteen eighty,
when I died from a brain tumor
at the age of sixty-three.

I cannot leave this antique home,
I am well-bound...

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Categories: death, forgiveness, heaven, house,