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Miracle Narrative Poems

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


The amok of Pedro by Robinson Cavalcanti by Rafael Higino
Pedro, the traitor of Jesus Christ
This man, if he could be called a man
Killed 12 followers of Christ
Like a crazed Wolfman

Pedro firstly meet with Christ...

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Categories: murder,

The Beauty of a New Birth by Michael Barber
The Beauty of a New Birth
     
There are no comparisons to the birth of a newborn. The joy of the parents...

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Categories: analogy, blessing, devotion, feelings,



Mercy Miracles, Letter To My Pastor by curtis johnson
Dear Pastor:

Your sermon yesterday triggered memories going back more than 50 years.  
During the Jim Crow years in the South, I was about 12...

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Categories: christian, forgiveness, miracle,

Ghost Ship by Timothy McGuire
Our ship is pounding against the waves, we haven’t seen the sun in thirteen days.
The lightning flashes across dark skies, and the rain tortures our...

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Categories: death, sea, water,

Premium MemberAN EASTER WEEK VERSE by Brian Strand
He was about thirty

         when he left home,

a strong man by then,

and a skilled carpenter.

He'd helped Joseph

...

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Categories: anniversary, christian, good friday,

Premium MemberThe Girl by charles messina
The Girl
The school
The bell
The street
The run 
The car 
The screech 
The hit 
The ambulance
The hospital
The nurses 
The doctors
The cries, the  cries, the cries 
The...

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Categories: miracle,

Gaia by Therese Pace



How can we disregard her?
Lineage makes her  organic. 
Fountain of life.
Primordial deity
with regeneration folded in her girth.

Feminine, she connects
‘now’ with ‘then’
by the seed
of rebirth.
Nature...

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Categories: earth, environment, eulogy,

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,

Progress by Steve Zak
Another concrete bomb shelter emerges, taking the shape of a Starbuck coffee palace embedded with the captive lure of free internet service. Like a crouching...

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Categories: culture, perspective, society,

Premium MemberA State Called Regardless by Sian St. John
A State Called Regardless

There had been no births in the family
for 30 years
no one knew how to put on a diaper
with two pins
old relatives marveled...

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Categories: age, baby, character, childhood,

Crossover by Danny Morales Olmos
I see the light I see the tunnel 
I fight with might precise 
Flash backs and advice
I hear a familiar voice 
Leaves me with no...

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Categories: allusion, angel, bible, devotion,

The Proof Is In The Pudding 1 by Christine Phillips
The weather was fine today so I decide to go outside and play
I didn't have a plan but I was consistent with the weather man
I...

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Categories: adventure, america, break up,

Premium MemberTo God be the glory - great things he has done by Joe Maverick
To God be the glory - great things he has done.



‘I am Eddie Rowlands, I became a Christian in 1985, at that time I also...

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Categories: god,

The Beast and The Bairns, Part III by David Welch
III.

Scott bought the farm and some dairy cows,
and set about building himself up.
He soon made a name for quality milk,
local wholesalers could not get enough!

One...

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Categories: dark, family, history, mystery,

The Beast and The Bairns, Part II by David Welch
II.

Days passed slowly, Amos didn’t return,
Mary Bairns now had to reasons to weep.
Her son was gone, there could be no mistake,
and her daughter, half-mad, didn’t...

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Categories: dark, family, history, mystery,

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,

Premium MemberOctober Tale by Geoffrey Brewer
OCTOBER TALE
Go south and follow the sun’s traverse
As it heads t’ward Capricorn
When days and nights are in equipoise
And slight chills happily born

Go beyond the wide...

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Categories: humorous, life,

Premium MemberHot Summer Day by Janice Canerdy
	
A group of city kids, so bored
one sizzling summer day,
hoped for cool respite from the heat,
for they still wished to play.

They didn’t want to sit...

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Categories: childhood, fun, summer,

Cocoons Hibernating In Summer by Christine Phillips
I made a U turn at dusk as dark night creeps  upon me
I tried to catch my breath from the horrible smell that was...

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Categories: america, angel, christian, community,

Caregiver On The Brink by M. L. Kiser
Bone-drained, there is no respite, no split second of peace.  The “sundowner”, a hyper-active toddler in a man’s vehicle, never sleeps nor sits.
When I...

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Categories: care, dad, daughter, father,