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Introspection Narrative Poems

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


Meet On The Upper Floor by Christine Phillips
What would the rich do without the poor?
If there was no poor to clean the floor
What would the rich do without the poor?
If there was...

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Categories: beauty, change, emotions, friendship

Summer Recollections by Lemuel Griffiths
Summer Recollections
by Lemuel R. Griffiths
25th June, 2,108



Ah., to remember.., 
Whilst in the presence of a majestic tree, 
The single moment of a first-love-kiss-hearts beat.
Ere, the...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, emotions, introspection,



The Ritual by Robert Fox
Oh my darling, a white picket fence,
Oh my darling, a polite cricket wench,
In my face, you can't see, my soul.

Oh, my darling, oh, my darling,...

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Categories: betrayal, community, fantasy, hurt,

The Other Side of Yesterday by Steve Zak
She looked in the mirror, searching for the person she was before another line became etched overnight in the road map of her years. Living...

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Categories: introspection, life, woman,

The Beating Heart by Steve Zak
She needed to believe her heart would beat again, but the words she heard were matched with unfulfilled, meaningless gestures. At end of the night...

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Categories: introspection, life,

The nature of man by fauxcroft wade
What prey tell is the nature of man

Is it to enslave, oppress and cause genocide

Or is it to love to share and to unite

It's hard...

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Categories: dark, humanity, inspiration, introspection,

Premium MemberSeven Years by Michelle Faulkner
     When are our best years? So many in this society seem to think it is their youth, or their twenties....

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Categories: appreciation, depression, husband, introspection,

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,

Touching Senses by Johnny Martinez
Oh
    Loves, Gentle Sway
             Drift softly. 
   ...

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Categories: desire, emotions, fantasy, happiness,

Midnight Skies by Judy Emery
Midnight Skies 

The sun enveloped in a black shroud 
The dead of night hardly makes a sound 
Hopeless with silent cry's of the midnight sky...

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Categories: voice, writing,

A Lonely Star by Johnny Martinez
O’ bright, and lonely heavenly star, 
You warm my soul from there afar, 
In height and darkness of the sky, 
As darkness fades I sadly...

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Categories: allusion, beauty, cheer up,

Magic by Aarav Gupta
Everybody believes in magic , isn't it ?
You would if you aren't barren with wit ,
Something which excites me to take up the risk ,
Proved...

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Categories: encouraging, fate, happiness, introspection,

The Ashes Hold The Heat by Sunita U.D Palawon
Two lovebirds met once
colliding into each other
one joyful wedding day
where fun were secret gazes.

Two lovebirds met once,
adorning the feet of two to 
become part of...

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Categories: imagination, introspection,

Premium MemberDawn She's So Beautiful by connie pachecho
Dawn She's So Beautiful

I went up to the lake to fish
early morning reverie. 
She was peaking over my shoulders,
Dawn,
illuminating my trail,
my steps,
past tall oaks 
and...

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Categories: beauty, fishing, flower, introspection,

Midnight Skies by Judy Emery
Midnight Skies 

The sun enveloped in a black shroud of lies
The dead of night hardly makes a sound 
Hopeless with silent cry's of the midnight...

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Categories: angel, betrayal, dream, longing,

A Study of Life by Bernard Barclay
Nature nurture
The argument of psychology
yet what made Hitler 
become the man 

What made Hitler 
become the racist
what made Hitler 
become the murderer 

Millions died 
in...

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Categories: abuse, anti bullying, bullying,

Premium MemberJedi Mind Games by Freddie Robinson Jr.
My dismissive smiles,
I use to keep you around me for a while
And my sad, needy groans
has you leaving final goodbyes on the phone
Being cool and...

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Categories: abuse, image, introspection, relationship,

Native American Lore Day and Night by Sharon Gulley
A long time ago when I was a little girl
I heard a story told by my family about
a Cherokee tribe who once believed it 
would...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, change, humanity,

Premium MemberRandom Thoughts by Sara Ella
Sitting here next to you and yet so far apart.  Watching the winter in all of its pristine white from my window and the...

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Categories: age, change, introspection,

Spontaneous Thoughts by Stephanie Yarbrough Quinn
Awe there she is, looks as if she sleeping like a baby, umh…little do they know that she was a hell of a hell raiser....

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Categories: black african american, introspection,