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Home Narrative Poems

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


Premium Membercockney geezer by Roy Pett
I was born within the sound of Bow bells in the east end of London, this makes me a true cockney, I own a cock...

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Categories: england, humor, identity, london,

The Stench by Christine Phillips
I woke up this morning with courage over my back and wisdom in my hat
I was determined to put an end to the sneaky kangaroo...

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Categories: america, courage, destiny, encouraging,



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,

Facing Fear by curtis johnson
I once suffered a strong arm robbery on a dark Chicago street. Halfway down the block, I saw two young men turn the corner and...

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Categories: chicago, fear,

Premium MemberThe Register Book by charles messina
When I attend a wake I always try to arrive a short time after the service starts, this way it gives some of my friends...

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Categories: death,

Until all my sons come home by Anastasia Stewart
Until all my sons come home the birds will not know how to sing.
the sky will be grey and the trees without leaves
hearts will weigh...

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Categories: dark, death, destiny, growth,

A Good Father, Part II by David Welch
...Harper said,”I’d no choice, I had to be,
to save Ted from staring down a bad path.
We see what happens to men who won’t work,
rarely do...

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Categories: growth, motivation, parents, prayer,

A Good Father, Part I by David Welch
Harper Lukowski paced down the sidewalk,
the day was done, he was on his way home.
His fried Jaquan, twenty years his junior,
chattered with him as the...

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Categories: growth, motivation, parents, prayer,

There Is No Excuse For Ignorance by Christine Phillips
There is no excuse for ignorance
You must know when you were born
There is no excuse for ignorance
You are sucking the energy out of the popcorn
And...

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Categories: absence, betrayal, business, confidence,

Four o Clock by Christine Phillips
Everyone has his four o’clock there is no doubt about that
Everyone has his four o’ clock even if he wears a cowboy’s hat
Everyone has his...

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Categories: autumn, character, community, corruption,

The Loneliest Place To Die by Jonathan French
Alone, naked, no life jacket, no hope,
treading water on the vast Pacific.
Drifting flotsam with thoughts;
nothing to feel but his own form
and shrivelling, salty-liquid apparel.
He could...

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Categories: death, loneliness,

The Plot by Christine Phillips
From whence did you come?
With your cherry picking plum?
From whence did you come?
When everything is done?
Which door did you come through?
With your unrealistic deja vu?
Who...

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Categories: betrayal, character, community, corruption,

Premium MemberFine, whatever by Dear Heart
Who do you think you are?
I said it so many times to my old friend
too many times
until I said it loudly one last time
and that...

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Categories: anger, friend, humor,

The Dinner Table by Vipin Pratap
She lit the candles 
With all the light
She had in her eyes.
She put the flowers in the vase
The freshest of all.
Food and deserts on the...

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Categories: faith, lost love, love,

You Stripped My Gears and Left Me Shiftless by Kenneth Fordham
Driving down the highway,
90 miles an hour,
trying to get back to you,
so I could give you flowers.

The truck she was purring like a kitten,
sweet sounding...

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Categories: adventure, funny, humorous,

Trawl Tale Of A Fictitious Seaman by matthew harris
(scoured from dregs of me muss held head)

I shore up a vignette to free 
my ("FAKE") grandfather Hymie,
whose scrunched countenanced 
evinced beetle that of browed...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Best Laid Plans by Keith Peterson
Left my computer on 
Grabbed the keys off my desk
Packed up the RV
And we headed out West

We grabbed some snacks
Toys, clothes and some cash
turned out...

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Categories: adventure, car, child, family,

The Black Man by Michael Barber
The Black Man

Hello to the world of the black man
Holding his roots to a foreign land
Raising issues that are hard to face
Knowing  evils of...

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Categories: africa, black love, character,

Premium MemberUnforgivable by Carolyn Devonshire
She pants in low moans,
Meandering through dense brush,
Shrouded by evening sky above a forest.

With damp and matted fur,
An amber-eyed predator sees no prey;
Her hunger grows.

While...

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Categories: cat,

There Is Peace In The Storm by Michael Barber
The fear grasp our hearts as we set in the hallway until the storm passed by. Mom was always afraid and made us kids run...

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Categories: confidence, emotions, environment, growing