Hate Narrative Poems

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


The shame of our sentient state by fauxcroft wade
The pride that comes from ego

And the prejudice from ignorance

Sees humanity in a hole

Created by its own arrogance

It will not work in consciousness

To evolve and...

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Categories: earth, hate, passion, prejudice,

Premium MemberRubbed the Wrong Way by Freddie Robinson Jr.

We always gotta give America
her ego massage
Put cucumber visions in her eyes,
gentle finger her a comforting mirage
Lady Liberty likes you to give her
a righteous back...

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Categories: abuse, perspective, prejudice, truth,



Premium MemberYOU HAVE TO GO WITH HER by Caren Krutsinger
Our school secretary woke up every day, begging for unhappy.
By her daily face, I knew she was almost always able to find it.
By her heart,...

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Categories: encouraging, fun, funny, humorous,

The Chosen Three by David Smith
If I had to choose three people who have influenced my life
Through time and space,
I think their diverse backgrounds would be the big surprise, 
Yet...

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Categories: anti bullying, appreciation, blessing,

Blood Stained by Roger Byrd
  A receipt for the secret of deceit, I was in repeat sinking in deep... Thinking was keeping me from sleep, I would grieve...

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Categories: depression,

Erase Our Yesterday by Roger Byrd
 Your heartless obsession started this depression... You struggle with confession, its like a puzzle without connection... My definition of love is rejection, & I...

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Categories: depression,

Hard man by fauxcroft wade
Hard man,

sad man in disguise

trying to cover up

what’s behind the lies

look into his face

see behind the eyes

the pain and the hurt

he’s suffered in his life.

Hard...

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Categories: hate, inspirational, strength, urban,

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by Donna Loughman
Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As evil red-eyed demons rain down...

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Categories: creation, dark, evil, god,

Internet duality by fauxcroft wade
The greatest research tool we’ve ever had

That we know as the Internet

Corrupted and used for things like porn 

By paedophiles, terrorists and more.

Used by criminals...

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Categories: bullying, hate, integrity, internet,

No acceptable reason by fauxcroft wade
There is no acceptable reason

For discrimination and hate

Whether its about colour

Or sexuality or faith

People have the right be different

To be individual and unique

They have the...

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Categories: faith, hate, identity, truth,

Beyond the establishment and system by fauxcroft wade
We're locked in system

Bound in chains,

By a system that doesn't want us free again,

Caught in a society that barely cares

Inundated by advertisers selling their wares,

While...

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Categories: inspirational, money, political, work,

Solitary Weeping by Roger Byrd
 To far in scar & the dark consumes my heart... They persuaded her to hate without patience, they changed us from love into dust......

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Categories: dark,

Nobody Wins by Bernard Barclay
you gave your child a toy
taught your child to love
stole the child's toy
blamed other country's

You taught your child to hate
The child grew up 
became a...

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Categories: history, war, world,

Premium MemberPoor Stewards by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Cardboard box compassion,
canned love with a cadaver expiration date
Sub-contract the morgue delivery,
charge a mob fee that’s double the going vig rate
Profit from scapegoating the poor...

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Categories: discrimination, poverty, society, truth,

ENVY IS A SEXY SEDUCTRESS by PRIDE YANU
          ENVY IS A SEXY SEDUCTRESS

On days when the devil's workshop opens 
On the streets of...

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Categories: hate, loneliness, women,

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by Gary Bateman
A Bohemian Maze of True Evil

Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As...

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Categories: dark, evil, fantasy, god,

Passion by Kairi Fahlenkamp
Why do you two
Have to fight
In front of his pure eyes
He was oblivious
He thought it was the best kind of Passion
Love

But
The passion you have
Is nothing...

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Categories: abuse, analogy, cry, divorce,

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by liam mcdaid
Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As evil red-eyed demons rain down...

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Categories: dark, evil, fantasy, god,

Premium MemberDeath and Forlorn Time in the Shadows of True Evil by liam mcdaid
Death and Time holdeth onto eerie and most frightening shadows
Whilst pervading deeply within that infernal region where the dark  
Evil and uncanny mists occlude...

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Categories: dark, evil, fantasy, god,

Quarrel of man by Lori Lucas McClure
What meanest thou? Why doest thou rage oh man. 

How hath thee imagined an evil thing against thine brother.

For now the nations are heard, a...

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Categories: change, forgiveness, hate, humanity,