Food Narrative Poems

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


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 MemberElsabob Comes To The Forest by Caren Krutsinger
The forest had enjoyed a magical transformation.
Dusk had ushered in the firefly brigade.
They lit up the pond area like tiny LED lights.
I could see they...

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Categories: animal, fairy, fantasy, friend,



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,

Premium MemberHillbillies Bybillies and Blowbillies by CayCay Jennings
Notta easy grasper – days back I cross ole Jasper
neath the olden ground’s crooket pine tree
and, oh, bless be, things he tole there to me!

He...

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Categories: funny, humorous,

I wonder why by Piercing Words
Why do I cry at daytime, Laugh at night,
Why do I write so much but talk so little,
Why I'm I so cool than the other...

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Categories: i am, image, life,

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,

MY STEPMOTHER'S CRUELTY by PoeticMonwa Monwa
MY STEPMOTHER'S CRUELTY

I am a prisoner in my father's house
I wait until she goes to sleep to get food,
I am no difference to a mouse
My...

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Categories: abuse, emotions,

Premium MemberMother's China by Sunlite Wanter
My mother's dishes are as delicate as she,
Tiny pink rose bouquets and silver rims.
Once I used them with her lace tablecloth,
For Thanksgiving and Christmas back...

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Categories: change, mother, nostalgia,

The Market Place by Christine Phillips
I have been trying to pen this verse for the past two weeks but
Someone was standing in my way and my mind went astray
Can’t you...

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Categories: change, character, courage, environment,

No Title by Christine Phillips
I have slept but I have not slept
I have not slept but I have slept
For the first time in two years
I slept without a word...

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Categories: america, betrayal, character, emotions,

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,

My Spirit Animal by Christine Phillips
The soul of the earth is wrapped up inside
And the spirit of God is walking beside me
The universe rests upon my shoulder
And I can feel...

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Categories: 8th grade, blessing, character,

Big Fish Calling Me To The Sea Part 2 by Christine Phillips
Big boats traffic people from pillar to post only heaven knows where it goes
Something fishy is transpiring in the sea, there is a unique smell...

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Categories: abuse, adventure, courage, encouraging,

America, 1933 by Steve Zak
They are conflicted haunted images from black and white photos of America 1933, when there was no place left to run. 

It was the hunger...

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Categories: character, culture, history, life,

I Had No Clue It Was Valentines Day Part 1 by Christine Phillips
I had no clue it was Valentine’s Day
Because no one said happy Valentine’s Day
I had no clue it was valentines’ Day
Because I had no one...

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Categories: angel, celebration, community, confidence,

Old Camp Seven, Part II by David Welch
...He loked at one and he sighed:
”Wished they still made them like that.”
I said,”I know at least one remains,
if you’re willing to haul a pack.”

Nick...

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Categories: confusion, history, lost, mystery,

Premium MemberVisitor - Part 2 - A collaboration with July Morning by Maria Williams
The Story so far continued from 'Visitor'…
An attractive extra-terrestrial female researcher sent to a remote island to observe earth and beam back her findings is...

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Categories: adventure, romance, science fiction,

Premium MemberVisitor 2 - With Maria Williams by July Morning
The Story so far…

An attractive extra-terrestrial female researcher sent to a remote island to observe earth and beam back her findings is struggling with unfamiliar,...

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Categories: fantasy, love,

The Sea-Cook's Lover, Part I by David Welch
A young woman named Meredith
took a cook’s job on a great ship,
raven-haired and dark of eyes,
she stood slender as a whip.

For five years she traveled...

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Categories: loneliness, loss, lost love,

Deep Freeze December 2017 by matthew harris
No doubt an Eskimo as fabulous breeze
feeling in their element with style, elan 
   while snacking on crackers and cheese  

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Categories: earth, environment, fate, humanity,