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Metaphor Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberRattling Rim Shot by Freddie Robinson Jr.

So you took your best shot,
but sadly it rimmed out
Rocket swish arc reached for the brightest star ... 
only to receive 
a missed blastoff launch...

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Categories: lost love, metaphor, slam,

Premium Memberpuzzle pieces by Danielle Brunelle
Designed to attract anyone who saw
A simple yet elegant beauty
Combined with sincerity and mystery which left you in awe

Consumed by a strong desire that I...

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Categories: desire, identity, image, life,



Frozen Heart by Alycia Wheatley
Frozen Heart

There once was two lovers, one of them died.
Which shattered the heart if the other and made her cry.
The pain ran so deep,
She could...

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Categories: death, heart, longing, loss,

Of Seekers by David MaxOptimism
As heat laden dust 
fluff the scorch 
searing the desert plain, 
the earth seems aflame, 
gust twirl it's stinging grains 
as sun bake minds 
of...

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Categories: analogy, metaphor,

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,

The Market Place by Christine Phillips
I have been trying to pen this verse for the past two weeks but
Someone was standing in my way and my mind went astray
Can’t you...

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Categories: change, character, courage, environment,

Blue Moon by Michelle Rensburg
Blue Moon


The sky, a great banner
Rockets of a long forgotten land
Never reaching a destination.


Constellations
Distant, yet calling 
"Remember us and what we used to be..."
Silent whispering
Traveling...

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Categories: appreciation, metaphor, miracle, night,

Premium MemberAnkle Bracelets by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Clink-clink
Black panther eyes peering 
thru the concrete canopy
What do they see in the blood-smoke midnight air ... 
safari sound waves shocking,
moving the ghetto leaves
What do...

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Categories: culture, metaphor, slavery, truth,

Premium MemberDancing on the Edge by Freddie Robinson Jr.

You and yours
don’t like me and mine
Me and mine
don’t like you and yours
What my people do,
your people don’t flag approve
What your people say,
my people yawn...

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Categories: allusion, conflict, metaphor, truth,

Premium MemberWet Paint by Teddy Kimathi
I was just like you and many others,
when the world rotated the other
way round. We only knew each other
by voices and energy. We fed on...

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Categories: change, humanity, identity, imagery,

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by Gary Bateman
A Bohemian Maze of True Evil

Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As...

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Categories: dark, evil, fantasy, god,

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by liam mcdaid
Once so loyal and always true the gargoyles watch everything now
During their stony slumbers with their careful one-eyed open view,
As evil red-eyed demons rain down...

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Categories: dark, evil, fantasy, god,

Premium MemberDeath and Forlorn Time in the Shadows of True Evil by liam mcdaid
Death and Time holdeth onto eerie and most frightening shadows
Whilst pervading deeply within that infernal region where the dark  
Evil and uncanny mists occlude...

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Categories: dark, evil, fantasy, god,

BE REAL by Adeyemi Joshua
 
A friend of mine,
Was a friend to lie.
With he, he wine and dine,
Even by lie he lie.

In their honeymoon,
They sent dust on exile.
With their...

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Categories: metaphor,

Premium MemberPhilosophical Maniac by Teddy Kimathi
He believes that his life is a big joke;
a play that was written for him before
he was born. Sometimes he prays,
asking God to change his...

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Categories: confusion, god, imagery, life,

Premium MemberLost Souls by Teddy Kimathi
Together they walked into a deep mist,
as they salvaged for what remained 
of their souls. Their hands were held
together in a straight line. Each person
had...

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Categories: dark, imagery, life, lost,

Camouflage by Christine Phillips
I woke up this morning  a little after four 
with the Holy Spirit knocking loudly on my door
I hesitate to heed to the ...

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Categories: beautiful, blessing, environment, freedom,

Fairy Tales and Wild Dreams by Judy Emery
Fairy Tales and wild dreams 
where dragons fights with kings
and the queen sits in beauty 
hoping to be kissed by true love
where angels fly on...

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Categories: dream, fantasy, children, metaphor,

Love and Loyalty by Keith Baucum
Love stood before Loyalty her soon to be husband and a chapel full of wedding guests wearing a crown of Olive leaves, dressed in light,...

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Categories: allegory, love, marriage, metaphor,

Premium MemberBlowing in the Wind by Teddy Kimathi
As kids,
the winds couldn't blow them away,
even as they played with kites.
Many people around them flew wherever
the winds blew them. Some even collided
in the air,...

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Categories: confusion, identity, imagery, life,