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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.

Premium Member The New Preacher
The New Preacher, 
“Hear My Words”

Are you listening. 
I am saying things very clearly. 
You need to keep trying. 
Are you talking to me?
Am I...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: courage, dance, god, hope,

Premium Member The Garden at Grandma's
The Garden at Grandma’s

The house is quiet, the chores are all done. 
We have gathered in the place out back. 
There is pit for a...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angel, cute, grandson, hope,

Premium Member Mirror Mirror
Mirror Mirror

Do not lie. I know that you want to. 
I know that you may need to.  
I am broken, and soon…
You will be...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, cinderella, happy,

Premium Member Dark Times
Dark Times

Times we celebrate, to be who we are not. 
Bleak times, diseased remembrances. 
You know.
You know because deep inside…

You have hid under a blanket...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, angel, appreciation,

My Favorite Professor
When considering a favorite teacher or professor, immediately,                 ...

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Categories: 1st grade, teacher,

Premium Member Repetition


by Edmund Siejka

In the window 
He caught a glimpse of his reflected face
Pale from being indoors
Day after day.

Something made him think about 
Way back when

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Categories: life,

Premium Member - My Teacher And Professor -

Some teachers have changed the way I think
Mr. Hagen was a retired teacher and music professor
To me, he was a teacher with infectious mathematics delight

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Categories: encouraging, high school, inspiration,

My Aunt's Regret, Part I
I have an aunt out in Cali,
we used to visit every year,
she had a yoga studio,
and my grandmother used to cheer

how she was a ‘modern...

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Categories: abortion, children, depression, introspection,

Premium Member I hardly knew him
"I look at Uncle Roger as a blessing to our family, for he taught our family to view all people with more humanity." (loosely quoted,...

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Categories: father daughter, feelings,

Dunce! You can’t spell cat
Dunce! You can’t spell rat
Dunce! You can’t spell dog
The mad man cries out in the street
Shaming and exposing big men and...

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Categories: community, conflict, confusion, corruption,

Premium Member The Most Beautiful Meadow
We had to hop the fence to see this Kansas property better.
Initially got cut up by sharp thorns, stickers and brambles 
Fought our way past...

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Categories: high school, nature,

The Cost of Revenge, Part I
My blood ran cold
when my grandpa told
the story you’re about to hear
of moral laws
broke by great grandpa,
that would bring all involved to tears.

It was one...

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Categories: narrative, anger, betrayal, dark, family,

Premium Member Vignettes Of A Ghetto
A morning bustles with activity. Folks go about their day, including a Siamese cat creeping past the sidewalk. But appearances are deceiving. This place ain't...

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Categories: environment, imagery, life, people,

Action Girl, Part I
This is the tale of a girl named Jana,
grew up watching badass women on screen,
was inspired by their strength and their pluck,
the way they cut...

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Categories: conflict, how i feel,

One Child Policy
A lonely forlorn figure stands, shoulders slumped, life's energy sapped. A Face much older than the years, looks up at the arrival board, delayed not...

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© Bern Paul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: child, cry, emotions, fear,

Grabbed me some boobies
My God that was the most embarrassing moment ever....Went to Violet's theater camp at Albertville High School earlier. We found seats in the back of...

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Categories: confusion, funny, giggle, hilarious,

Premium Member Cham Delights His New Friends
Cham gave away 
his most prized possessions
his video games 
his PS2
his TV set

His new friends are happy recipients
They have only known him a couple of...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Identical Twin Sisters
Two identical twin sisters, Mary and Sue
  Wiggled their way to maturity
     As twin sisters often do

Passed notes in K-5,...

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Categories: children, life, marriage, sister,

The Melted Ice Cube
It was a magical time.  It was youth and exuberance; It was excitement and discovery; it was innocence. It is now just memory, ah,...

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© Jack Clark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: memory, nostalgia,

Our Family Reunions Are Strange, Part I
I will sometimes be asked how it came about
that my children have one set of grandparents,
and I know just what you are thinking now,
but hear...

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Categories: confusion, family, humor, love,