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Mom Narrative Poems

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


Skin Tag fiasco
So I found a small skin tag on my inner thigh a few weeks ago and me being the YouTube king ‘Do it yourself-er’ started...

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Categories: crazy, funny, giggle, hilarious,



The Eightieth Trimester, Part I
Huxley was in his nineteenth year,
a freshman at a fancy school,
the kind with excesses of ivy,
who claimed they accepted no fools.

The academics were no task,
he’d...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

Premium Member Antiquing
Antiquing

I note the sweet goodness in his tiny face,
His little hand pushed in his pocket,
I see his interested eyes stirring
Toward a little car in a...

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Categories: 5th grade, childhood, longing,

Premium Member The Lost Little Boy
There was a little boy that had a father who worked at a lawyer’s office.
He is always at work on time every day. However, one...

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Categories: absence, birth, boy, care,

Christmas Guinea Pigs
Twelve guinea pigs are placed under my Christmas tree,
Brightly colored pegs and tiny ribbons on ears,
They run around, so lovely!
When Christmas lights are on, they...

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© Galeo DS  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebration, pets,

The Son of Tyrants, Part I
I was born in far Morsania,
a small, backwater Eurasian state,
known to most folk in this wide world
for my grandfather’s prodigious hate.

My given name is Jocefeus,
but...

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Categories: america, change, dark, family,

Premium Member A Day In School, Thru Autistic Eyes
alarm goes off*

I sit straight up startled and scared

Just my alarm, I hit the button

Get up and go to the bathroom

I brush my teeth with...

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Categories: child, childhood, emotions, feelings,

Premium Member She Saved Her Best for Last
She'd been raised to despise them, and despise them she did
  The Orthodox, be they modern or old-fashioned, and the Chassidim
She'd grown up loathing...

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Categories: conflict, miracle, mother son,

Life Without My Phone
I just wish people would leave me alone
And stop asking me what happened to my phone
I had my phone out at school in the hall
But...

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Categories: 10th grade, feelings, growing

The Change, Part II
The second time was three years later,
when my cousin called me ‘hater,’
she had gone and got pregnant, see,
despite only being eighteen.
The father had, of course,...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

Men, Money and Morals
Parents killed brutally 
Matter trivial
Upper caste involved
Compensation announced
Forty lakhs 
Reason
Placating minorities
Two sons
Then minors
Now turn 18
Eligible for compensation
Sumit younger
Enquires for money
“Some more paperwork,”
Suneet clarifies
Less than a...

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© VIJAI PANT  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: betrayal, dark, sin,

Premium Member ''A Hundred Happy Stories''
When I think of my Dad, I am filled with happiness,
he had a happy-go-lucky outlook on life in general;
such a carefree soul, even to the...

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Categories: dad, memory,

Jill's Christmas Wish

She climbed on the ledge two lotus legs in position  
waiting for the moon to cast her magic spell
Soon she was bathed in light,...

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Categories: imagery,

Premium Member Veterans Day in US - Remembrance Day in CDN - Eleven Eleven - Part One

My name is Garfield Edward George, better known as (Gap). I was born on the 26th day of March in the year 1921 in the...

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Categories: remembrance day,

Premium Member Veterans Day US - Remembrance Day in CDN - Eleven, Eleven - Part Two
I wrestled with my conscience for some time as I watched more and more able man from our town enlist in the navy. I spent...

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Categories: remembrance day,

Dear Momma
Words are many so how do we begin to express the love we feel within. We are truly blessed, grateful and thankful. Yes, we are...

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Categories: appreciation, family, i love

Enough is Enough
Ever since I was a child and throughout my growing up
All I kept saying was, Enough Mom, Enough
The addiction from your drug use affected our...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, childhood, drug,

Premium Member Once Upon a Halloween in the 50's
The excitement mounted as we rummaged around in the attic looking through old steamer trunks for discarded clothes and props to make Halloween costumes. With...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium Member Escape from Horror
When I first awoke in this hospital, they tell me I had stared straight ahead and never uttered a word. I was in shock for...

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Categories: horror,

Premium Member Gigantic Adventure of RumbleVoice and Samuel P
Sixteen hundred full moons ago, RumbleVoice, a giant with a mission, and his mighty spy hawk, Samuel P. were up in the Butter Cup Mountains...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,