Fear Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberAbandon by Richard Lamoureux
I wish to live with true abandon
experiencing things more at random
Just like the first man Adam
drinking clean water
living with nature in tandem

Garden freedom body exposed
Unconcerned...

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Categories: beach, beautiful, celebration, encouraging,

Premium MemberDisguise by Danielle Brunelle
As soon as I attempt to close my tired eyes the visions begin to haunt
Restlessly, I toss and turn
And the visions continue to taunt

I desperately...

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Categories: depression,



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 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 MemberSHELL by Danielle Brunelle
Walking along the shore I came across a broken shell
I called out your name
But, there was no answer despite how loud I would yell 

The...

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Categories: heartbroken, i miss you,

Premium MemberThe Ghost of Boggy Creek by John Gondolf
Long ago when I was younger, yearn for knowledge I did hunger,
heard about a rumor going ‘round.
Twas a legend told for ages, passed along as...

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Categories: dark, horror, scary,

Premium MemberSunday Morning by Kevin Lawrence
I always remember Sunday Morning as a
Magical time
Between Paradise and a Dream.
Where Worry and Fear Dare Not Intrude…or
Be Forever Lost In Time…
	Ground Hog Day comes,...

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Categories: celebration, forgiveness, freedom, love,

Premium MemberFixed Gaze by Kevin Lawrence
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Categories: age, fear, grief, loneliness,

Family Remembers, Part III by David Welch
III-Jana

Four months following Marie’s conviction,
Jana walked calmly into the prison,
there to see her former sister-in-law,
doing twenty years for sale and possession.

She had a purpose she...

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Categories: anger, dark, divorce, family,

The little pussycat by Robert Broadbent
The little pussycat

I’m just a little pussycat 
I stretch and yawn and purr
I laze around the fireside
And groom my silky fur
I sit upon my mistress...

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Categories: cat, character, cute,

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,

Premium MemberShowdown in a Sleepy Town by Robert Haigh
Django rode to town that day,

The wind against his back.

The children halted all their play,

As dust blew down the track.



He went inside the town's saloon,

His...

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Categories: death, destiny, endurance, horse,

Johnny and the Wendigo, Part II by David Welch
...Johnny just shrugged, took out his Bowie knife,
and started carving off meat for a meal.
He built a fire and roasted back-strap,
it tasted strangely like pork,...

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Categories: character, horror, humorous, lost,

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

Betrayed by Moliehi Molupe
Betrayed

You stand still like monuments
As umoved and unshakable as a grave
You utter words of unfathomable promise
Your stare bores into me
Drilling into my soul, piercing my...

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Categories: betrayal, depression, encouraging, inspiration,

John Stark's Glory, Part I by David Welch
Back in seventeen seventy-seven,
British general John Burgoyne faced hard times,
despite winning at Hubbardton, and Fort Anne,
supplies were getting very hard to find.

When word came that...

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Categories: narrative, america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Premium MemberLet Your Wind Blow Free by Jack Ellison


Must explain my reason for grinning
It's not what you might think
Got a cramp down in my nether regions
Maybe too many beans methinks

It's easy for people...

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Categories: corruption,

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,

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,

Shot from the Saddle by Timothy McGuire
Knocked from my saddle,
I didn't see it coming,
shot in the back,
he thought I was dead.

He didn't wait around to see,
if I was killed,
because God let...

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Categories: anger, betrayal, conflict, nostalgia,