Dog Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberDog Days by Stephen Kilmer
The sky is cracked tonight.  The moon slips through and the clouds dance across her slender back.  I’m hunkered down here for the...

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Categories: depression, fear, lonely, lost

A Bush Walk by Cecilia Crasto
Beneath a hazy blue sky
I walked down a grassy bank
My little dog trotted beside me
Across from us bush land dotted with
Gum trees, Banksia, Wattyl and...

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Categories: animal, nature,



Premium MemberTwixx by charles messina
Whenever I would play with her 
She would always wag her tail 
I'd give her snacks and bits of food 
And she never left a...

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Categories: dog,

Premium MemberMore On A Theme by Jack Ellison


If a dog is stopped from pooping, is he DEtured?
Has your hair all of a sudden been DEparted?
Donald Duck's pay cheque was once DEducted
To get...

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Categories: humor,

Premium MemberHe Is Out There Again by Caren Krutsinger
“He is out there again.”
It was said in a menacing way.  One check-out woman to another,
In front of me, the customer.
It startled me.
Someone was...

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Categories: animal, dog, woman, women,

Premium MemberGATEKEEPERS OF THE LAND OF THE FREE by jack cooper

From what I have seen
America is a well-oiled machine
Our military always ready to fight
Together with so much might
Leaving their homes night after night
Saying goodbye believing...

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Categories: military,

Premium MemberOnce Upon A Summer's Eve by Caren Krutsinger
Once upon a summer’s eve, when I was younger, I met a person over the phone.
She was the concerned mother of my daughter’s new best...

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Categories: memory, nostalgia, woman, women,

Discount by Zachary Gilstrap
The industrial hull of the SUV 
Sways with the slightest wind taps 
And pothole shoves. Popeye’s signs, 
Golden shell displays, the lingering smell 
Of Premium-grade...

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Categories: night,

Premium MemberPassion in Black and White by Maria Williams
POTD 7th Mar 2018

I trust you like the music video clip which enhances the poem

Like dark molten honey caressing her tongue
and soul food for taste...

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Categories: romantic, sensual, sexy,

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Categories: dog, fear,

Narrative by Leslie Philibert
traces of snow, black earth, roots
of devils hands that grasp at frost,
walls stenciled with cold growth;

a far dog coughs open a winter sunday,
but we are...

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Categories: narrative, anxiety,

The Proof Is In The Pudding 1 by Christine Phillips
The weather was fine today so I decide to go outside and play
I didn't have a plan but I was consistent with the weather man
I...

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Categories: adventure, america, break up,

The Nifty Town 2 by Christine Phillips
I walked pass the neighborhood restaurants and saw Americans
browsing on their laptops and having their Saturday evening meals
Some were having a serious chat over dinner
I...

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Categories: absence, abuse, america, anti

Premium MemberThe Old Dog Roamed by Judy Emery
The Old Dog Roamed
You always told me 
that you'll come true in the end
that we would no longer be loving in sin
You know this feels...

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Categories: voice, writing,

Premium MemberMidnight Skies by Judy Emery
Midnight Skies 

The sun enveloped in a black shroud 
The dead of night hardly makes a sound 
Hopeless with silent cry's of the midnight sky...

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Categories: voice, writing,

Bloody River by Christine Phillips
I took a ride through the park to relax my mind
I stood on top of the hill  observing  the burnt trees 
standing patiently...

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Categories: america, angel, beautiful, blessing,

Premium MemberOld El Paso by Elizabeth Smith
A SAGA OF OLD EL PASO
AND LADY B GOOD
There was a famous lady of El Paso in the Old West
She hunted and trapped, trading furs...

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Categories: adventure, destiny, fantasy, murder,

The Squirrel's Day by Christine Phillips
It is a lovely Saturday afternoon
The sun is shining the trees are smiling
And fall is closing in
Bright golden leaves hang proudly
from  tall slender trees
They...

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Categories: america, angel, blessing, character,

The Belly of The Root by Christine Phillips
 I finished my work early  this morning 
and went outdoors to exercise 
I jogged around the circle for a while
and  observed ...

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Categories: america, autumn, betrayal, character,

What child is this by Kelvin David Akhabue
My childhood days reminds me of the think I could do as a child. 
Since I was the only child of my parents, I had...

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Categories: childhood, kids,