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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 Member We Were Not To Travel This Earth Without HIM
We Were Not Meant To Travel This Earth Without Him

When God created Adam and then Eve, they had a marvelous fellowship and a closeness with...

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Categories: bible, christian, trust,



Ghosts of the High Rockies, Part I
Eamon heard the rocks skitter away,
scree tumbling down with his every step,
descending from towering Mount Gilborne,
to a lake below where he could rest.

He knew a...

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Categories: america, confusion, history, imagery,

Premium Member Life in the Fast Lane
I think I know what life's about
   It's ten a.m. when I set out
To eat, and then I snarf my food
  ...

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Categories: drink, girl, satire, school,

The Trapper and The Brave, Part I
It was back in nineteen-nineteen
when Timlin Rivers checked his traps,
by one he found just a weasel skin,
did not know what to make of that.

Why would...

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Categories: adventure, family, friendship, grandfather,

Premium Member Crescent Island 6-11-18
Tranquil spaces as we wander through the park,
the heat oppressive.
The zebras herding sheep like the watchful alpaca,
yet there are no predators
A motley selection of animals...

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Categories: imagery,

Premium Member Trembling in the Shadows
There she sat, eyes pinpoints of light, trembling in the shadows
   As her friends frolicked carefree, over hill, dale and meadow
My wife and...

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Categories: food, freedom, sleep,

Hunger no, Starvation yes
‘No hunger, no starvation’,
His voice booms
The lusty crowd 
Wearing emaciated faces
Claps, whistles and cheers
She musters 
A disinterested smile 
Eyes brimming with tears 
Their roles
Everyone knew
She...

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© VIJAI PANT  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: poverty,

Hurricane '05 - Katrina
The entire city is in darkness
Yet the brightness shines through you
People left to get away, in their cars they drove
I stayed - flood water is...

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Categories: appreciation, change, endurance, grief,

Premium Member Embracing life
Feeling elated as I await the plane to take us to the exotic destination; Serengeti.
Africa, a wild inhospitable landscape of hunger. 
A time and space...

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Categories: africa,

LET IT RAIN
It seems like it's about to rain heavily, clouds are gathering 
You know what? Let it rain, rain and wash away all my tears
Tears of...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, blessing, celebration,

350 Degrees
Concerned Christian environmentalists truthfully believe God created the life forms inside the oceans, lakes and seas.  He left mankind a legacy,  he was...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Party Crasher, a Halloween Anecdote
My Halloween party was in full swing.  I had gone all out this year and rented an old crumbling, reputed- to- be haunted mansion...

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Categories: halloween, humor,

Who am I
Who am I that I can choose
To pick from my closet different types of shoes
Who am I that my feet are bare
When I only wish...

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Categories: america, appreciation, change, i

Throwback
Throwback is a person like oh so whack
They do something for you, then they throw it right back
A throwback person knows right from the start
That...

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Categories: memory, people, remember,

Enough is Enough
Ever since I was a child and throughout my growing up
All I kept saying was, Enough Mom, Enough
The addiction from your drug use affected our...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, childhood, drug,

Rooms to Grow
There are rooms in my home where I seek Your inner peace
There are rooms in my home where my worries I release
There is something about...

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Categories: change, growth, wisdom,

Premium Member The Bug Jar Part 1
This was written by my brother, Bob Contino. This is a longer more detailed version of my last poem posted, Chicken Coop Chronicle.

When I was...

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Categories: family, love, memory, poverty,

Premium Member Absorbing England
  the wealth of norman England is poised to grow
  towns enlarge, markets exchange, a fresh fertilising sprinkled culture
  kingdoms extend with...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: england, history, identity, immigration,

The Stench
I woke up this morning with courage over my back and wisdom in my hat
I was determined to put an end to the sneaky kangaroo...

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Categories: america, courage, destiny, encouraging,

Clive Gets Woke, Part I
When Clive was nineteen years old
he graduated from high school,
it had taken him five years,
but he would not become a fool.

He’d seen why not two...

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Categories: anger, change, growth, political,