Father Narrative Poems

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


The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part III by David Welch
III.
Another week had passed with little change,
when Meredith came up and said to him:
“I would like to get out of town for a bit,
let’s go...

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Categories: narrative, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,

The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part II by David Welch
II.
In the week that followed that cold, hard scene,
Reno settled in and got down to work,
he did tie up loose ends for the estate,
but mostly...

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Categories: narrative, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,



The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part I by David Welch
I.
When Sullivan ‘Reno’ Richards rode into
the small, northern Utah town of Stillman,
he’d been unemployed going on three months
since he’d left his job as a hired...

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Categories: narrative, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,

Premium MemberWhen I Consider Life Without You by Marilyn S Jennings
When I Consider Life

As a baby, I was laying in my bassinet when a rifle bullet was shot through
 our living room window and passed...

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Categories: blessing, dedication,

Premium MemberLBI, Drifting Sands by Kevin Lawrence
LBI, Drifting Sands

Good Morning, Spring.  I know you’re awake.  I see your color rising with the sun.
Through the open balcony door of our...

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Categories: sea,

Premium MemberAffluenza by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Her child, your honor, deserves mercy
The defendant is a sweet boy,
he’s only sixteen

The mother is a rich widow,
a community pillar many lean on
Charity is her...

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Categories: anger, dark, psychological, society,

Premium MemberAgainst Those Who Discourage Marian Devotion by Jacqueline R. Mendoza
O Sweet Father Christ, do these people have Your spirit?
Do they please You in acting like this?
Does it please You, when for fear of displeasing...

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Categories: bible, christian, mother, religious,

Daughter, Cry No More by Lovie Divine
In Loving Memory of my Father, James Nathaniel Gelsey 

I wasn't ready to let you go, but your departure from me, you knew, 
You said...

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Categories: bereavement, death, father,

Premium MemberPlease Do Not Disturb by Amy Sell
On a sunny morning in September 1984
My mom’s best friend Linda drove to the grocery store
With her four-year-old daughter Becky in tow
Listening to the radio,...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, car, emotions,

Dear Depression by Nokuthula Lumba
Dear depression.
Hi old friend.
 Greetings to you from myself and writer's block... The two of us have developed quite a bond over the last couple...

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Categories: depression, gospel, spiritual,

The Gristmill by curtis johnson
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Categories: childhood, for teens, parents,

Premium MemberNever Called Son by Caren Krutsinger
I was  a middle child, 
the middle of three unwanted children
Our mother was English, an actress,
who had the misfortune of
loving our father, who abandoned...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium MemberOLD MAN WINTERS FAMED NORTHERN LIGHTS by Michael E. Harris
SUN SAT DOWN, NITE ROLLED IN,
BRINGING ALONG HIS WHISPERING WINDS.
FROST ARRIVED WITH COLD AND CHILL.
THEY WERE ALL EXCITED, EXPECTING A THRILL.
MOON WAS LIT, BUT STILL...

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Categories: creation, culture, imagination, international,

Premium MemberSpirit Shadows of Sadness by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Part Two
San Francisco, California
Melodee’s apartment with a view of the bay

“It’s the month of May. The 29th no less. The number of sorrow for me.”
“Cassaro,...

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Categories: death, depression, may,

Premium MemberNap Time by Jack Ellison


Well how about that, it's nap time again
It's three o'clock in the afternoon
Us old guys don't have a say in the matter
When it's time it's...

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Categories: age,

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,

ABIKU by Damilola Muyideen
ÀBÍKÚ

                   Àbíkú, 
    This...

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Categories: death, depression, loss, mother,

The Missing by Steve Zak
Memories shift through generations; pictures yellow, fray across the currents of time, worn and torn. Hushed stories talk about a life taken away too early,...

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Categories: memorial day, world war