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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.


Dallas bound or not by Robbie McClellan
I’m an insurance Auto damage appraiser....So yesterday I had to inspect a car for an older gentleman and called him to setup the appointment. I...

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Categories: confusion, giggle, hilarious, humor,

Goofy Gringo by Robbie McClellan
So I'm inspecting this truck at a kind Hispanic woman’s house mid July and the poor woman didn’t speak a lick of English. Me being...

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Categories: confusion, culture, funny, humor,



Bluetooth fools the buffoon by Robbie McClellan
So I had an appointment today to inspect a motorcycle in Stevenson. I pulled up to the house and walked to the front door then...

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Categories: anxiety, confusion, crazy, funny,

Where am I by Sithembele Mlenzana
In the valleys of hills, that’s where I am,
In the branches of trees, that’s where I climb.
Lost is something far Away,
But cost is something I...

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Categories: abuse, bible, community, confusion,

Woke Up In Australia by David Welch
Well the house was rock & rolling,
and the dance floor was pulsating,
I had myself too many drinks,
then drank two or three more.
All the ladies, they...

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Categories: adventure, celebration, confusion, drink,

I PITY MYSELF by reagan musore
Moments when you are a victim....
Of nothing else....
But doing the opposite of what you know is right....
Or doing wrong yet you know it's wrong..
Making life...

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Categories: betrayal, confusion, sympathy,

Premium MemberMe by Danielle Brunelle
Nobody understands her or truly cares if she is alright 
The signs are so obvious yet, nobody notices
She has given up and is refusing to...

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Categories: confusion, depression,

Survivors by Shubh Vimal
A fog of gunpowder,
A stench of death,
Suspicious of the survivors,
Still holding their breath.

They had been left poor,
In this playground of murder,
Literally drinking the blood,
The blood...

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Categories: adventure, age, allegory, angst,

Premium MemberIn A Word, Miscommunication by Carol Connell
The old woman shuffled slowly into the small kitchen. Today was a special day. It was her wedding anniversary. While bending over to pull out...

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Categories: anniversary, confusion, humor, husband,

Old Benson, Part II by David Welch
...Utterly stunned, Harvey then poured through
the town’s online photographic archives,
the twenties, fifties, eighties and today
revealed to Harvey the very same sight.

Then for some reason that...

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Categories: history, perspective, philosophy, science,

Ex-Gay, Part II by David Welch
...How did this happen? I can’t say,
I’ve no science that can explain,
maybe it was a genetic quirk,
a switch thrown in the brain.

Maybe I’m just a...

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Categories: angst, confusion, fear, feelings,

Ex-Gay, Part I by David Welch
My name, it is Reginald,
and I’ve got a story to tell,
some folks, they will not like it,
they’ll cry out,”Go to hell!”

You see my wife beside...

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Categories: angst, confusion, fear, feelings,

Premium MemberThe Hotel Caretaker by Brendan J. Simons
How unparticular the day had particularly been,
On March the third of two-thousand and eighteen,
For the caretaker at an historic Adirondack Inn,
Had lacked company, and therefore,...

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Categories: death, grief, introspection, march,

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Categories: america, anger, love, racism,

Premium MemberIs it a boy or a girl by Lisle Ryder
To open a conversation
“Is it a boy or a girl?”
seemed safe.
Safe until the moment
Mum paused before saying;
“We don't know.”
Blank:
I was neutered.
Space opened – if not...

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Categories: baby, birth, confusion, gender,

Memories by Steve Zak
We have no memories together, just bits of tangled up conversation,
tossed around words, couched with hints of something better to come,
always just out of reach,...

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Categories: change, confusion, how i

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by Donna Loughman
Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As evil red-eyed demons rain down...

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Categories: creation, dark, evil, god,

Premium MemberLoss of an Innocent Mind by Teddy Kimathi
One day he took a journey of his life,
and entrusted his soul to a very beautiful
angel who didn't have a halo,
and always slept by 3...

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Categories: confusion, dark, heartbroken, innocence,

Old Camp Seven, Part II by David Welch
...He loked at one and he sighed:
”Wished they still made them like that.”
I said,”I know at least one remains,
if you’re willing to haul a pack.”

Nick...

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Categories: confusion, history, lost, mystery,

Old Camp Seven, Part I by David Welch
I was out walking on a trek
through forested Adirondack hills,
looking for a good place to camp,
to drop my pack and just chill.

It was a weekend...

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Categories: confusion, history, lost, mystery,