Lost Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberNever Called Son by Caren Krutsinger
I was  a middle child, 
the middle of three unwanted children
Our mother was English, an actress,
who had the misfortune of
loving our father, who abandoned...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

The Battle Of Darkness by Poetic Judy Emery
The Battle Of Darkness

I have myself toiled in sadness of darkness
While searching for freedom
searching for truth; 
I spent many hard cold years
the tears that poured...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, dark, dream,



Premium MemberCastles In The Sand by Mark Toney
Picture a man’s solitary stroll on a sandy seaside,
Early time of day, just a short time after low tide,
Water almost calm, gentle waves lapping the...

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Categories: beach, child, cry, metaphor,

Betrayed by Moliehi Molupe
Betrayed

You stand still like monuments
As umoved and unshakable as a grave
You utter words of unfathomable promise
Your stare bores into me
Drilling into my soul, piercing my...

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Categories: betrayal, depression, encouraging, inspiration,

John Stark's Glory, Part II by David Welch
...Baum’s men were caught in a hot cross-fire,
many quickly were sent to the grave,
their Indian allies wisely pulled out,
seeing no victory to be had that...

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Categories: narrative, america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Premium MemberChristening Day by Mike Miller
I lost my heart that day,
Captured by your innocent beauty.
Your eyes reflecting sky and wonder
As you lay in your white dress,
Still and silent in your...

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Categories: baptism, beautiful, blessing, child,

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,

Premium MemberThe Herd by Michael Wegman
Waves pushed a torrent of power and might.
Against the tiny creature seemingly lost in the night.
With only the moon to navigate her path,
Little seahorse galloped—
	Giddy...

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Categories: birth, family, horse, inspirational

Space Queen by David Allan
Her girlfriends called her space queen, told me behind her back,
But I saw right away, the character that they lacked,
She said this, or she said...

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Categories: love, marriage,

Premium MemberWhat The Enemy Meant For Evil, God Will Turn To The Good by Marilyn S Jennings
What The Enemy Meant For Evil, GOD Will Turn To The Good!

Take a good look now at some of the bad
things that have happened in...

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Categories: trust,

Premium MemberThe Loss of Innocense by John Gondolf
As I was walking late one night along a downtown street
I came upon a sad, sad sight that led to hope’s deplete.

The painted ladies paced...

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Categories: growing up, innocence, sad,

Premium MemberTHE BEST PARTS OF TIME NEVER PASS US BY by jack cooper
Where does time go
When time drifts by so slow
How does one really know
How to stop this ongoing picture show
When days get lost in the haze
How...

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Categories: confidence, deep, encouraging, imagination,

I still remember by Aayushi singh
From nine hours on call
In a day to
Waiting for a single reply
I learned to survive alone

I still remember how it all started
I still remember that...

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Categories: boyfriend, break up, girlfriend,

THE LOST SOUL by Patricia Fleming
THE LOST SOUL
By Patricia A. Fleming

Seven AM and I sat at the light,
Watching the train chugging by.
A day like the rest on the way to...

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Categories: life, loss,

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,

The Death of Marriage by Steve Zak
It looked so right on paper to everyone; but when the night embraced her she was alone, still wanting to believe in love. 

Her footsteps...

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Categories: heartbreak, loneliness, loss, lost

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part IV by David Welch
Dale fell to the ground, shot through the chest,
in shock as Joel paced on up to him,
his last words were “Why?  Why did you...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part III by David Welch
Joel just collapsed into the brown dirt,
clutching his face in both of his palms,
cried,”Running Moon, the day that you ‘died,’
was the day my life started...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part II by David Welch
For all that day the frantic chase went on,
until evening’s gloom started to spill,
even in the middle of a warm August,
Yukon nights can give a...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part I by David Welch
At the remote Carmacks trading post,
during eighteen hundred and ninety-four,
a teenage child, a scared-looking half-breed,
timidly entered through the front door.

Joel Claughtrey barely noticed the young...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,