Dark Narrative Poems

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


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,

BRUTUS AND MOONLIGHT by Poetic Judy Emery
BRUTUS AND MOONLIGHT

'' Close your eyes and picture it.Can you see it? ''
I would just nod, eyes closed.
'''Brutus again, what is it you are wanting...

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Categories: conflict, dark, dream, fantasy,



The Battle Of Darkness by Poetic Judy Emery
The Battle Of Darkness

I have myself toiled in sadness of darkness
While searching for freedom
searching for truth; 
I spent many hard cold years
the tears that poured...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, dark, dream,

Premium MemberEnhanced Techniques by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Verbal gymnastics 
twist the real meaning of this barbarous truth
To kill is called to sanction,
deliver the package is black ops captured proof
Approval of torture
moves a...

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Categories: dark, pain, perspective, truth,

What Her Father Gave, Part III by David Welch
III.
The following day Carmen sat with her mom,
learning how to cook the books and more,
when suddenly there came a thundering {smash,
that ripped right through the...

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Categories: betrayal, character, corruption, dark,

What Her Father Gave, Part II by David Welch
II.
Carmen had no other family left,
and said,”I guess I can give it a try.”
Her mother beamed. “I live in Miami,
I’ll pay for some movers to...

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Categories: betrayal, character, corruption, dark,

What Her Father Gave, Part I by David Welch
I.
Carmen Hastings had lived with her father
ever since she was just two months old,
they resided outside Nashville, where her dad
made a living with used cars,...

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Categories: betrayal, character, corruption, dark,

The second death of Caesar by Shubh Vimal
Take out the dagger,
And strike it clean,
Life, death,
And everything in between.

Brutus murmured to sadness,
The ghost of his dream,
Praying for Caesar,
To appear from the unseen.

The pride...

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Categories: art, betrayal, conflict, death,

Premium MemberThe Loss of Innocense by John Gondolf
As I was walking late one night along a downtown street
I came upon a sad, sad sight that led to hope’s deplete.

The painted ladies paced...

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Categories: growing up, innocence, sad,

Premium MemberMorning of the Great Horned Owl by Maurice Rigoler
Morning of the Great Horned Owl



The sound was unmistakeable, strong, 
resonant, confirming my certainty 
that it could be only the mating call 
of a great...

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Categories: nature,

Premium MemberPart Two - BATTERSEA - A TRUE STORY from My Memoir - A Journey of Roses and Thorns by Elaine George
"Yes! The Jehovah Witness Lady said.  "Maybe you should all go to the Doctor for a checkup anyway."

"Where did you say the well is,"...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium MemberSEWING MACHINE by JEAN MURRAY
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
in Grandma's loft I found, the week after we
laid her to rest next to her slain husband.
He was only twenty...

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Categories: appreciation, farewell, funeral, granddaughter,

THE LOST SOUL by Patricia Fleming
THE LOST SOUL
By Patricia A. Fleming

Seven AM and I sat at the light,
Watching the train chugging by.
A day like the rest on the way to...

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Categories: life, loss,

Premium MemberONE, NINE, SIXTEEN by JAN ALLISON
THE DARKEST DAYS OF HER LIFE

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
I discovered it, by chance, in my late mother’s attic.
My hand brushed the protective...

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Categories: england, memory, world war

The nature of man by fauxcroft wade
What prey tell is the nature of man

Is it to enslave, oppress and cause genocide

Or is it to love to share and to unite

It's hard...

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Categories: dark, humanity, inspiration, introspection,

The way you are by Rouna Kyle
like a flower my heart is fragile,
made of weakness and softness,
you are like the sun, powerful and strong,
made of light,
I need you to keep me...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberVan Gogh at Saint Remy by Maurice Rigoler
My dear Theo,
    It’s been a week since I committed
myself. I feel quite at home and with
no regrets that I did so....

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Categories: art,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part I by David Welch
Owen Kucharski found himself inside
of a rather awkward situation,
all because of a women that he saw
every few days for adult ‘recreation.’

Her name was Laura, and...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

Premium MemberRubbed the Wrong Way by Freddie Robinson Jr.

We always gotta give America
her ego massage
Put cucumber visions in her eyes,
gentle finger her a comforting mirage
Lady Liberty likes you to give her
a righteous back...

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Categories: abuse, perspective, prejudice, truth,

Ghost Ship by Timothy McGuire
Our ship is pounding against the waves, we haven’t seen the sun in thirteen days.
The lightning flashes across dark skies, and the rain tortures our...

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Categories: death, sea, water,