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High School Narrative Poems

These High School Narrative poems are examples of poetry about High School Narrative. These are the best examples of Narrative High School poems written by international poets.


Life Without My Phone by Colette Dright
I just wish people would leave me alone
And stop asking me what happened to my phone
I had my phone out at school in the hall
But...

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Categories: 10th grade, feelings, growing

Carmena the American, Part I by David Welch
Carmena was born in Bolivia
but left that place at seventeen,
after three years of waiting for the chance
to live out an American dream.

When her folks finally...

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Categories: america, culture, discrimination, freedom,



Snowflakes With Biting Teeth by curtis johnson
After graduating from high school,  I left the South and moved North to the Windy City of Chicago in search of a better way...

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Categories: christmas, december, holiday, weather,

Premium MemberThe Couple In Love by Caren Krutsinger
They arrived giggling and giddy, one hundred percent in love.  Holding hands, leaning into each other,
Smiling.  Young love, nothing like it.
I am teaching...

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Categories: education, sad love,

Premium MemberRassphrass and LeRoy's Love Story by Caren Krutsinger
Rassaphrass’s husband LeRoy went out for garlic bread on a Tuesday.  She ate all the spaghetti and meatballs before he returned, to teach him...

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Categories: fun,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part II by David Welch
...“While I march for justice in our neighborhood,
you were out here running ’round in the woods.
While I protested to bring about change,
you sold out to...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part I by David Welch
Booker MaCline stared out with his young eyes
at the rolling hills and trees of great sizes,
West Virginia’s landcape, so much different,
the plane ride here every...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Clive Gets Woke, Part I by David Welch
When Clive was nineteen years old
he graduated from high school,
it had taken him five years,
but he would not become a fool.

He’d seen why not two...

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Categories: anger, change, growth, political,

Premium MemberWhen I Consider Life Without You by Marilyn S Jennings
When I Consider Life

As a baby, I was laying in my bassinet when a rifle bullet was shot through
 our living room window and passed...

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Categories: blessing, dedication,

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Dreamland by curtis johnson
I could see, feel, and hear it.  The fragrance was of an arresting aroma.          ...

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Categories: bible, destiny, dream, faith,

Premium MemberRaison D'Etre by Jack Ellison


As we approach our golden years, nothing prepares us for what lies ahead. Everyone reaches it... it's inevitable but that doesn't mean we are really...

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Categories: passion,

Premium MemberAnonymously Sold by Gershon Wolf
It happened back in time, quite a long way,
Back in the day, as they today like to say:
An era when most donations to yeshivas** ...

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Categories: appreciation, education, how i

Ex-Gay, Part I by David Welch
My name, it is Reginald,
and I’ve got a story to tell,
some folks, they will not like it,
they’ll cry out,”Go to hell!”

You see my wife beside...

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Categories: angst, confusion, fear, feelings,

love kills by lovely sharma
I just got to the grave today, death was given to you by my infidelity.

Along the way alive, my soul was given death.

Thy Ishq ruined...

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Categories: black love, break up,

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,

Hearts faded with time by Maxie Macdonald
Hearts faded with time.

Skinny jeans and smokey air
The sound of laughter and pool balls on a table
The smell of damp carpet and stale beer
Full ashtrays...

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Categories: feelings, memory,

The Strongest Woman, Part I by David Welch
The strongest woman that I ever saw
was born thirty-four years ago,
to loving parents who doted on her,
told he of the great places she’d go.

She was...

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Categories: angst, children, life, strength,

FOOD FIRST HIGH SCHOOL MEMORIES by reagan musore
Unforgettable silly moments,
Of brainwashing thoughts,
Living everything next,
And putting food first,
Opposing change just in case,
Yet part and partial of nature..

Becoming slaves to our stomachs,
To the extent...

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Categories: dedication, education, funny, high

WISH SHE KNEW by reagan musore
Those moments of high school,
When you have some personalities,
To me in this case some specific girls,
To some little extent boys,
Who you are in possession,
Of speaking...

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Categories: best friend, confidence, dedication,

'The Grandstand' by jamie brolin
'The Grandstand'

The years have taken their toll; on the house, crumbled down	
Weatherin’ nor-easter’s heave, and hoar-frost, stricken ground;		
Good men mustered at once, as Countrymen loyal,				
Mason...

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Categories: analogy, childhood, high school,