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Freedom Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberThose Were Da Days by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Workin' fo’ free from cradle ta grave
Laborin' sunup ta sundown e’eryday,
while Missy and Massa sat in da shade
Those were da days

Us darkies knew where our...

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Categories: nostalgia, perspective, slavery, song,

Premium MemberA True American Hero for the Ages by Gary Bateman
A True American Hero for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate to take a moment to
reflect on the life and public service of...

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Categories: america, celebration, character, inspiration,



A Good Father, Part I by David Welch
Harper Lukowski paced down the sidewalk,
the day was done, he was on his way home.
His fried Jaquan, twenty years his junior,
chattered with him as the...

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Categories: growth, motivation, parents, prayer,

Muse In Space by M. L. Kiser
They say in space, no one can hear screams; 
so I go there in sleep just to scream.

OBE’s are one beautiful escape; 
muse must release...

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Categories: imagination, muse, space, symbolism,

Car Number Sixteen by Christine Phillips
This train is coming down the main
This train is rocking my brain
This train is the overcrowded train
This train is washing in the rain
This train is...

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Categories: confidence, desire, endurance, forgiveness,

Heroes I Now Recall by curtis johnson
We lived in the heart of town through which ran a paved road and a railroad track. When a little boy, I had three brothers,...

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Categories: america, boy, childhood, hero,

Premium MemberNine Lines by Curtis Moorman
NINE LINES

Your recovery is important.  Let me show you how to have a better life.
Celebrate Recovery is designed for people who suffer from addictive...

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Categories: bible, freedom, inspiration, jesus,

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,

Gentle unto death by Aniruddha Pathak
He was alive if breathing be called life,
Peaceful and blissful with no surface strife,
To me, he was suffering for far long,
The man I knew— a...

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Categories: death, life,

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,

The Battle Of Darkness by Poetic Judy Emery
The Battle Of Darkness

I have myself toiled in sadness of darkness
While searching for freedom
searching for truth; 
I spent many hard cold years
the tears that poured...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, dark, dream,

John Stark's Glory, Part II by David Welch
...Baum’s men were caught in a hot cross-fire,
many quickly were sent to the grave,
their Indian allies wisely pulled out,
seeing no victory to be had that...

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

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,

I Am A Slave, Not A Worker by Drencho POET
I grapple,
tussle
and scuffle for nothing.
I squall like a storm;
on a Workers' Day.
I wake up everyday
and yet I am not a worker
but a slave.
I drink my...

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Categories: abuse, slavery,

Data stealers by fauxcroft wade
Shadowy government agencies

Monitoring your data and reading your messages

Keeping and eye on all that you do

Companies who have no compunction too

Do what it's set up...

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Categories: corruption, life, psychological, truth,

Bloody Oriskany, Part II by David Welch
Fierce fighting raged, but surprise was gone,
the Americans rallied and pushed hard,
the Indians fell back, out of the ravine,
the patriots driving them that far.

Hand-to-hand combat...

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Categories: america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Bloody Oriskany, Part I by David Welch
In seventeen seventy-seven,
amidst the deep summer’s August heat,
Barry St. Leger, loyalist milita,
and the Iroquois walked on sore feet.

Their mission was clear: move down the Mohawk,
meet...

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Categories: america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Thugging For Peace, Part II by David Welch
The lead thug burst forth, swinging at Max,
catching him with a fist just under the eye,
Max pitched backwards, fell to the floor,
off-balanced, he slammed hard...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Thugging For Peace, Part I by David Welch
Max Clayborn head there was a walkout coming,
being orchestrated by his high school,
they proclaimed they were fighting gun violence,
but to Max they just sounded like...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Nothing Happen Before The Time by Christine Phillips
 
I could see the sun rising in the East
Pulling up something that is very deep
I could see the sun rising in the East
Hanging over...

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Categories: adventure, blessing, courage, encouraging,