Hope Narrative Poems

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


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,

Winners Circle by Olivia Dykast
If life was a horse race it would be more fair
But it’s a sloppy track
You don’t get a starting gate
Use what you have and run...

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Categories: 10th grade, america, community,



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,

Old Benson, Part I by David Welch
Harvey grew up in a small Maine town,
due north of Portland, and out of the way,
like most kids he’d go to the school bus
at the...

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Categories: history, perspective, philosophy, science,

To Chase The Spirit Of My Youth by Johnny Martinez
Upon this scene of anguish, I abide no hope
As yet,  the dreary,  silent,  silent!
For on the eve’ of my existence
Blood spilling... no...

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Categories: courage, death, devotion, fate,

Premium MemberKNOWING LIFE TEACHES US by jack cooper

As I drift through all the loneliness 
That seems to harness itself to the day
We put ourselves out there in hopes we sway
A love that...

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Categories: emotions, fate, loneliness, love,

Premium MemberMy Precious Daughter, Cheri by Marilyn S Jennings
My Precious Daughter, Cheri

Cheri, the Lord has wanted to tell you what He thinks about
you and your life, your walk with Him and, He has
commissioned...

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Categories: birthday, encouraging,

Stop procrastinating by fauxcroft wade
We have a proclivity for Procrastination

About what we should do to understand the ramifications

Of exactly what we do and how we live

Within this ecological existence

And...

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Categories: creation, inspirational, nature, perspective,

Premium MemberVan Gogh at Saint Remy by Maurice Rigoler
My dear Theo,
    It’s been a week since I committed
myself. I feel quite at home and with
no regrets that I did so....

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Categories: art,

Where's my sister by Nancy Mitchell
Where’s my sister gone?
The holiday season all wrapped up
A tarnished blanket of snow remains
Flipping the page into the New Year
Filling our thoughts with hope and...

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Categories: family, sister,

Premium MemberThe Bird Brigade Has Been Summoned by Caren Krutsinger
The bird brigade has been summoned.
The empathy princess is down. Completely depleted of all energies, through ridiculously and blatantly giving too much of herself to...

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Categories: encouraging, fairy, fantasy, imagination,

Premium MemberThe Hotel Caretaker by Brendan J. Simons
How unparticular the day had particularly been,
On March the third of two-thousand and eighteen,
For the caretaker at an historic Adirondack Inn,
Had lacked company, and therefore,...

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Categories: death, grief, introspection, march,

Alive by Besma Riabi Dziri
Man of death

As dawn broke one day

No knock at the door

Cause he knew his way

He broke in

And a life ceased to be

It was her world

He did...

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Categories: allah, blessing, death, how

7 Year Itch by Kristin Cook
I felt the adrenaline in my veins.
I've seen the rage in my eyes.
I've smelled the fear in your lies.
You stood like a coward
defeated by the...

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Categories: break up, confidence, deep,

Bloody Oriskany, Part II by David Welch
Fierce fighting raged, but surprise was gone,
the Americans rallied and pushed hard,
the Indians fell back, out of the ravine,
the patriots driving them that far.

Hand-to-hand combat...

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Categories: america, conflict, freedom, hero,

To show that I understand your pain by Kathryn Eddy
When I was young so long ago,
Threatened I was though I didn't know,
My parents feared as to my fate,
Afraid that the doctors would be too...

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Categories: 1st grade, 2nd grade,

Black Sunday, 1935 by Steve Zak
Year five of the Great Depression. 

April 14, 1935 another Sunday of church services praying for
The rain that wasn’t coming.

And the sky turned mean and...

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Categories: america, history, weather,

Thugging For Peace, Part II by David Welch
The lead thug burst forth, swinging at Max,
catching him with a fist just under the eye,
Max pitched backwards, fell to the floor,
off-balanced, he slammed hard...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

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,