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Graduation Narrative Poems

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


Better Off A Cowboy, Part I
My son’s name is Dylan, was country raised
in the hills of Wyoming where cattle graze,
helped on the ranch, but never felt fulfilled,
hated his hometown as...

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Categories: narrative, change, growing up, growth,



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,

Failure Fuel, Part I
Ethan was determined to be the best,
to put to shame all other guitarists,
to rock the world in tight, leather pants,
touring like a God across the...

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Categories: desire, dream, life, music,

A NON BIOLOGICAL PARENTHOOD
That moment when you are an orphan,
Have your parents divorced,
Or from a poor family background
And other unavoidable circumstances..
That may make you a victim,
Of a non-biological...

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Categories: caregiving, change, destiny, encouraging,

You Always Knew
You played the game of thrones
with devious glee and amoral passion
Nothing was too low for you to stoop to
Your career-cutting teeth were honed
in staid institutions...

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Categories: dark, perspective, political, society,

A Journy From Teenage To Adulthood
A boy named Joseph lives in an old city,
But his family lives so far from his living place.
He came here for study purposes.
Next year he...

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Categories: blessing, change, dedication, devotion,

A Special Night
I was born brought up in a middle class family. 
In our neighbour there was a small girl called Mariyam. 
She was 15 years old....

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Categories: adventure, cute love, dedication,

I am a future Criminologist
I am a future Criminologist!
By Charlemagne James P. Ramos

Today, I am preparing my heart, mind, body and soul for the final battle. I am a...

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Categories: adventure, career, cheer up,

Our Blue Cruel Teacher
We have a teacher who dresses in blue gown
And paints her lips and fingernails blue,
Her smile is blue, and she walks on a blue high...

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Categories: abuse, art,

Multi Million Giveaways
Millionaire Giveaways

There are millionaires and then again there are multi millionaires…
How many zeroes to each of their fortunes and how much do they care….

In this...

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Categories: appreciation, caregiving, community, dedication,

Premium Member Up There, With the Kites
We met for poetry, found a lively group
occupying our space; Herculaneum 
High School Reunion Committee.

They introduced themselves,
offered to move. "No," we said.
"We can use the...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, blessing, graduation, poets,

The Last Summer
The Last Summer 

This is the last summer 
with all of us together; 
next summer we’ll all be 
somewhere else and hopefully 
we’ll see each...

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© Dana Lasts  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farewell, missing you, together,

Graduation
The day’s hot-the wind like a convection oven
Blows hot air in our faces.
My cap and gown insulates me
Baking me like a potato wrapped in aluminum...

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Categories: childhood, education, farewell, goodbye,

Premium Member LOVE Conquers All - Scene 3
Scene 3 - Easy Rest Adult Care Fascillity - Harry's Room

     "Do you know this Young man; Harry?" Yes his name...

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Categories: girlfriend, life, love, wife,

Premium Member Straight to Hell - A Short Story
I was a seventeen year old senior in a coed, catholic high school.  Our gym classes however were still all boys and all girls....

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: life, day, school, teacher,

Premium Member Graduation Speech
I thought I was ready, I stood quite prepared
Before dozens of rows, aware of their stares
Hot, shiny teenagers, looking so wierd...
Capped by flat, tasseled cardboard,...

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Categories: fear, me, words,

DISOBEDIENCE
Walking across a well-lit stage
I command my sequined graduation cap
stay perched up there!
I instruct my feet, 
Don’t stumble!
Gripping my Bachelor’s Degree
I recall the gruff,
Bronx-accented voice...

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Categories: daughter, dedication, father, graduation,

Premium Member Bloody Bloomin Rose's
Ah, the bloom was on the Rose
yet, the taint of alcohol and drugs
looms nightmare like behind her baby pink cheeks. 
Porcelain skin tones, raspberry rogue
nails...

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Categories: angst, caregiving, childhood, confusion,

Premium Member Grandma's Dresser
Grandma's dresser was a testament to time.  Elegant in it's curves.  Sturdy in it's 
construction.

A thick piece of plate glass lay atop, to...

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Categories: lifemothers day, age, graduation,

Premium Member Public Speaking


The fear of Public Speaking  has been with me always
but never like it was on that June evening so many years ago.
I still get...

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Categories: angst, natural disastersgraduation, high