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Farewell Narrative Poems

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


Stay by Colette Dright
As I sat on the ledge looking up to the sky
I asked my Father the W's
The when's, the what's, the where's, the why's

So many places...

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Categories: change, farewell, goodbye, leaving,

Premium MemberYour Gluteus Maximus by Jack Ellison


“May I fondle your gluteus maximus milady?”
“Why you certainly may, my good sir”
“A bucket like yours with such voluptuous curves
Starts me tingling and me motor...

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Categories: spiritual,



SAD SOUL BY: MIGDALIA TORRES RIVERA by Migdalia Torres
SAD SOUL
	By: Migdalia Torres Rivera




The years of mere conflict and pain; were so visible in Ms.Miles face? 

Her sagging skin, her puffy eyelids, her pale...

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Categories: age, art, caregiving, death,

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,

Premium MemberVisitor Finale - A collaboration with July Morning by Maria Williams
The Story so far…
Makani (The Rising Wind), a beautiful extra-terrestrial researcher is sent to a remote island to observe earth. She finds Sam, a shipwrecked...

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Categories: adventure, romance, science fiction,

Crossover by Danny Morales Olmos
I see the light I see the tunnel 
I fight with might precise 
Flash backs and advice
I hear a familiar voice 
Leaves me with no...

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Categories: allusion, angel, bible, devotion,

No acknowledgement of faults by Wardah Ahmed
So many times one could speak double 
And thereby cause trouble

He refused to take responsibility for his faults which is why
In his poetry, he continuously...

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Categories: break up, farewell, friendship,

A Christmas Scene by Johnny Martinez
Off to grandmother’s cottage we go,
past snow covered pines all in a row,
to a cozy home with old fashion charm,
standing beside it the red painted...

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Categories: children, christmas, family, fantasy,

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

I Can Win The War Without Destroying The World by Christine Phillips
I have been reluctant to write this poem
Because I don't want to disappoint anyone
from going to heaven
I have been reluctant to write this poem
Because it...

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Categories: absence, america, angel, community,

Faint But Clear by Johnny Martinez
O’ I ponder, ponder, of yond rich skies
of that faint  weary life that's passed me by 
beyond the echos of  shattered dreams
of a...

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Categories: beauty, conflict, emotions, farewell,

The Crippled Boy, Tommy Woodward by Johnny Martinez
The crippled lad stood beneath the bell tower
Pulls the rope to ring the bell at the praying hour.
With each mighty heave the bell does toll.
along...

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Categories: boy, child, courage, dedication,

Daylight Bids Farewell by Johnny Martinez
The sun pauses briefly then slowly drifts from view;
The sky fills with  magenta, orange, red, and golden hues. 
Forest shadows begin to creep along...

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Categories: nature,

Their Splendor Gone by Johnny Martinez
Their years have slowly slipped away,
Our nation’s heroes with heads of grey
Once strong bodies, now weathered and weak,
‘tis’ the solitude of grave’s-rest, they seek.

Willingly went...

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Categories: america, death, dedication, devotion,

SUICIDAL POEM by Lei Strauss

I'd very much like to be excluded
Don't want to be part of your identity
Never see myself growing with you
For you are worse than an enemy
Whipping...

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Categories: anger, farewell, life, loneliness,

Let it go by Georgiana Elisha
There was once a lonely girl
Set far apart from others
As though she is none like the rest
Feeling like a black sheep everywhere
She smiles everyday like...

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Categories: childhood, farewell, goodbye, growing

The Bottle Upon the Shore by Sonia Walker
The bottle was found upon the shore,
looking forlorn and green with a cork,
it wasn't impressive except that a 
note was folded inside ready to be
read...

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Categories: farewell,

The Swelling River by Christine Phillips
The sound of water gushes down the big dirty river
beating on the backs of stubborn rocks whose root
is buried beneath the pregnant ground
penetrating the deep...

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Categories: adventure, business, community, environment,

Odyssey from Africa 8a by Phil Salmon
CHAPTER 8 Two Paths
 
North they travelled through the jungle 
Aiming to escape from forest
Seeking an itinerary 
Near the coast in open country 
 
So they climbed a wooded hilltop;
Han...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, mythology,

Sisters by Lewis Y. K
Sisters©2013
Written By
Lewis, Y.K

My sister and I are like two peas in a pod in a Texas twister, sisters born one year, one month, and a...

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Categories: anger, beauty,