Happy Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberDoll's Man by Julia Ward

Doll answered back
to the top ventriloquist.
She said she wasn't happy
to be his poor rag doll.

Doll then turned to
the tiresome audience.
She said "Don't dare
you look... at...

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Categories: abuse,

Premium Member25 Funny Proverbs by Jack Ellison

Never argue with a woman when she's tired or rested
One good turn gets most of the blankets
The qualities that most attract a woman to a...

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Categories: funny,



Premium MemberWon't You Join Me by Jack Ellison


Mr. Sol, our friend, our hero
our sustainer of life
We wake up to it's
cheery good morning greeting
Can't help smiling back
even when life isn't all tickety-boo
Heard the...

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Categories: happy,

Premium MemberIn A Word, Miscommunication by Carol Connell
The old woman shuffled slowly into the small kitchen. Today was a special day. It was her wedding anniversary. While bending over to pull out...

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Categories: anniversary, confusion, humor, husband,

BRUTUS AND MOONLIGHT by Poetic Judy Emery
BRUTUS AND MOONLIGHT

'' Close your eyes and picture it.Can you see it? ''
I would just nod, eyes closed.
'''Brutus again, what is it you are wanting...

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Categories: conflict, dark, dream, fantasy,

Premium MemberCastles In The Sand by Mark Toney
Picture a man’s solitary stroll on a sandy seaside,
Early time of day, just a short time after low tide,
Water almost calm, gentle waves lapping the...

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Categories: beach, child, cry, metaphor,

Betrayed by Moliehi Molupe
Betrayed

You stand still like monuments
As umoved and unshakable as a grave
You utter words of unfathomable promise
Your stare bores into me
Drilling into my soul, piercing my...

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Categories: betrayal, depression, encouraging, inspiration,

Premium MemberReality Check by Richard Lamoureux
You were placed on the planet 
to write rhymes
but to many times 
people tried to fit you
in between their lines  
Their prefect pairings
not caring...

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Categories: appreciation, courage, god, relationship,

Premium MemberLet Your Wind Blow Free by Jack Ellison


Must explain my reason for grinning
It's not what you might think
Got a cramp down in my nether regions
Maybe too many beans methinks

It's easy for people...

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Categories: corruption,

Premium MemberCelestial Stairs by Jack Ellison


It's a dull and rainy overcast day
A day to stay in and be cozy
Gaze out the window and dream of stuff
As you start to feel...

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Categories: creation,

Premium MemberMother's Day by John Hardison
Mother’s Day.

Soon after being born, as mother lay there, 
she held me above her head. Opening my eyes, I 
looked down and thought, well what...

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Categories: birth, humorous, mothers day,

What Her Father Gave, Part I by David Welch
I.
Carmen Hastings had lived with her father
ever since she was just two months old,
they resided outside Nashville, where her dad
made a living with used cars,...

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Categories: betrayal, character, corruption, dark,

Man without a purpose by David Smith
He used to whistle while he worked,
Feeling good about himself,
His stride always purposeful and full of pride,
As he made his way home,
The crops now gathered...

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Categories: addiction, allusion, analogy, anxiety,

Premium MemberA Compromise by Jack Ellison


My dear friends, I didn't write “My Time Is Up”
just to see what kind of a response it would create!
I was totally sincere. I have...

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Categories: friendship,

Premium MemberChampagne Worlds by Maurice Rigoler


Here I sit in front of my computer
holding a fluted glass by its stem, 
thin as a sandpiper’s leg, gazing at, fascinated 
by a swarm...

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Categories: imagination,

Premium MemberCome back I wrote you this poem by Charlie Knowlton




                      She liked my...

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Categories: for her, friendship, poems,

Premium MemberMrs Stanton by Sunlite Wanter
Mrs. Stanton

In a little adobe bungalow
On the back of a lot in old El Paso,
Behind cacti and sand in s fantasy land,
Lived Mrs. Stanton, a...

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Categories: age, child, destiny, friendship,

Pretend by Bhoomi Sogani
When you said you believed me 
I laughed 
I laughed how you easily believed 
In the things I pretend 
How you never knew the things...

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Categories: 10th grade, smile, sorry,

Premium MemberYvonne's Swan Song by Mark Toney
Yvonne was very, very, very happy.
She loved her mother.
She loved her brother Phillip.
And she loved swans.
Oh, did she ever love swans!

She loved the way they...

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Categories: anti bullying, bullying, children,

Premium Member- Small Children's Feet - by Sunshine Smile



People are struggling to live
Farms with green grass roof
An old-fashioned mower
The daylight set the time
Milk bucket on ramps
Potatoes and fish four days a week
Maybe you're...

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Categories: childhood, happiness, memory,