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Goodbye Narrative Poems

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


The Abandon Farm by Christine Phillips
I have always wanted something wonderful out of life
But my mother said there is always a price
It has nothing to do with land, money or...

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Categories: betrayal, change, corruption, destiny,

The Peasants Truck by Christine Phillips
Everybody moved out of the country to get a taste of the shining city
Ripe banana, ripe plums, are perishing in Uncle Sam’s broiling sun
I cannot...

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Categories: angel, blessing, business, character,



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,

The Loneliest Place To Die by Jonathan French
Alone, naked, no life jacket, no hope,
treading water on the vast Pacific.
Drifting flotsam with thoughts;
nothing to feel but his own form
and shrivelling, salty-liquid apparel.
He could...

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Categories: death, loneliness,

Bluetooth fools the buffoon by Robbie McClellan
So I had an appointment today to inspect a motorcycle in Stevenson. I pulled up to the house and walked to the front door then...

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Categories: anxiety, confusion, crazy, funny,

Mama's Gun And A Postage Stamp by curtis johnson
The postage stamp had now fallen off the envelope but not lost. Tucked away in the box was the stamp that authorized a letter from...

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Categories: america, chicago, history, mother,

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

Let Me Love You - Let Me Save You by Kristin Cook
You held my heart in your hands
And forced me to take it back 
I wore your cross on my back 
Crying let me love you,...

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Categories: divorce, feelings, goodbye, heartbreak,

Broken by Roger Byrd
From the touch comes dust...
Into ash & love kills you fast...

 Cast aside the depression that hides, rips you inside & leaves you behind... Life...

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Categories: depression,

THE RENDEZVOUS by VIJAI PANT
“Emotions
These are for the weak ones
I’m strong
And about myself
I cannot be wrong”
So she said
And so she made him believe
He, who would always keep,
His heart, before...

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Categories: desire, love, lust, romance,

Premium MemberGATEKEEPERS OF THE LAND OF THE FREE by jack cooper

From what I have seen
America is a well-oiled machine
Our military always ready to fight
Together with so much might
Leaving their homes night after night
Saying goodbye believing...

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Categories: military,

Why do lovebirds cry by RONELO COLLAMAR
Why do lovebirds cry?
By: Ronelo Collamar
Two lovebirds bade goodbye
Amidst situations of hopelessness
Tearing each other's lucky day
All of a sudden, both were in dismay.
Beau's song was...

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Categories: bird, emotions, lonely, loss,

RIPPLES by VIJAI PANT
She ‘wanders’ with ‘intent’ that way
Her inside seems to be in turmoil-
Regrets, disappointments, griefs and complaints
Life apparently quite unjust to her
Eyes the still waters of...

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Categories: absence, feelings, goodbye, how

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,

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,

My Day Part 2 continued From Part 1 by Christine Phillips
Continued  From My Day Part1
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Just as I thought of it a little old woman stumbled up beside me and greeted me with a funny...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, blessing,

A Near-to- death State Of Mind by Jonathan French
He lies, warm and straight; unmoving.
Free from pain in his transitionary world;
safe within a love that shared his body and mind.
Without her altruistic and unyielding...

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Categories: goodbye,

Funerals on Saturdays by Drencho POET
Funerals on Saturdays

In a hall or a tent
a priest or pastor is sent
to lead
and the sacred book to read
for a homily
to comfort a greiving family
for...

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Categories: death, death of a

It's the Song that Moves Me by DM Babbit
It was just past midnight. Another sleepless might. Wide awake, sifting through the memories, I felt an aching deep in my heart and soul. As...

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Categories: missing you, song,

Favorite Lines by Judy Emery
Favorite Lines 

My favorite lines are when you say I love you 
That I am your everything 
I am the angel of your dreams 
It...

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Categories: angel, betrayal, dream, voice,