Mother Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberSEWING MACHINE by JEAN MURRAY
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
in Grandma's loft I found, the week after we
laid her to rest next to her slain husband.
He was only twenty...

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Categories: appreciation, farewell, funeral, granddaughter,

Premium MemberHappy 100th Birthday Joyce by Connie Marcum Wong
Well, what can I say to help you celebrate such a momentous day!
I would like to speak about the things I know best about you...

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Categories: age, birthday, poetry, tribute,



Windows To My Soul by Christine Phillips
 I  sat at my desk in the early hours of the morning listening to the words of the mighty one calling “windows to...

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Categories: abuse, august, business, confidence,

Premium MemberMy Precious Daughter, Cheri by Marilyn S Jennings
My Precious Daughter, Cheri

Cheri, the Lord has wanted to tell you what He thinks about
you and your life, your walk with Him and, He has
commissioned...

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Categories: birthday, encouraging,

Premium MemberEx Cellent by charles messina
It was over thirty years ago 
When I was married the first time 
My mother gave me recipes 
That were favorites of mine
 
Her Italian...

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Categories: appreciation, mother daughter, nice,

Premium MemberONE, NINE, SIXTEEN by JAN ALLISON
THE DARKEST DAYS OF HER LIFE

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
I discovered it, by chance, in my late mother’s attic.
My hand brushed the protective...

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Categories: england, memory, world war

Premium MemberMuscatine,Iowa was my kind of town by Caren Krutsinger
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time....

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Categories: animal, community, fun, funny,

Premium MemberMother's China by Sunlite Wanter
My mother's dishes are as delicate as she,
Tiny pink rose bouquets and silver rims.
Once I used them with her lace tablecloth,
For Thanksgiving and Christmas back...

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Categories: change, mother, nostalgia,

Premium MemberIs it a boy or a girl by Lisle Ryder
To open a conversation
“Is it a boy or a girl?”
seemed safe.
Safe until the moment
Mum paused before saying;
“We don't know.”
Blank:
I was neutered.
Space opened – if not...

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Categories: baby, birth, confusion, gender,

Premium MemberA new mother by Lisle Ryder
Her back to me, she gazed transfixed
at the poplars through the window.
Should I intrude? Then she turned full,
	full of tears.
I'd seen her before, masked and...

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Categories: baby, birth, green, may,

Premium MemberLiving With The Wolfman by Caren Krutsinger
She stopped smiling as soon as she picked up the subtle slow opening of the front door.  Jake, her grown up three-year-old stopped playing....

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Categories: abuse, addiction, anger, family,

Rest in Peace by Drencho POET
Mama Winnie Mandela 

The Mother of the nation
has departed
has left the field
to the silent land
it's a touching demise
a tragic loss
our cry
our own mourning
our tears a...

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Categories: death,

They're Killing Some Guy by Timothy McGuire
It’s happening right now on the town square,
I just came from there,
It was a terrible sight to see,
They’re nailing some guy to a tree.

It looks...

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Categories: christian, faith, inspirational, jesus,

Premium MemberThings Change by Leo Larry Amadore

The first bike I ever owned 
(when I was ten or eleven)
was a Christmas gift
from a friend – he was receiving a new one
and I...

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Categories: age, best friend, boy,

The Adjective Twin: A Poem of Pain by Moji Agha
The Adjective Twin: A Poem of Pain 

I am "presumptuous" 
and with my brother, "arrogant" 
we are the adjective twin
of "gentle" blame
of "gentle" wounding
of "gentle"...

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Categories: change, culture, discrimination, judgement,

Premium MemberOnce Upon A Summer's Eve by Caren Krutsinger
Once upon a summer’s eve, when I was younger, I met a person over the phone.
She was the concerned mother of my daughter’s new best...

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Categories: memory, nostalgia, woman, women,

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,

Thugging For Peace, Part II by David Welch
The lead thug burst forth, swinging at Max,
catching him with a fist just under the eye,
Max pitched backwards, fell to the floor,
off-balanced, he slammed hard...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Thugging For Peace, Part I by David Welch
Max Clayborn head there was a walkout coming,
being orchestrated by his high school,
they proclaimed they were fighting gun violence,
but to Max they just sounded like...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Premium MemberIn The Middle Of The Night by Caren Krutsinger
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time....

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,