Nature Narrative Poems

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


Love and Hunting, Part II by David Welch
“Thank God I despise you,”I declared,
“or I’d want to hear more of that!”
She roared,”I’d tell you of his safaris,
if you weren’t so annoying and bad!”

Said...

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Categories: humorous, love, lust, nature,

Love and Hunting, Part I by David Welch
I was moving down an access trail
in my favorite Pennsylvania game land,
heading towards and open meadow,
near which I’d set up a tree stand.

Then came a...

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Categories: humorous, love, lust, nature,



I Know by Drencho POET
I know 
that I will die
but my day hides
my date is unknown
I am curious
and yet scared
of such a fact
that I will die
anytime 
irrespective of my...

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Categories: death,

The nature of man by fauxcroft wade
What prey tell is the nature of man

Is it to enslave, oppress and cause genocide

Or is it to love to share and to unite

It's hard...

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Categories: dark, humanity, inspiration, introspection,

Stop procrastinating by fauxcroft wade
We have a proclivity for Procrastination

About what we should do to understand the ramifications

Of exactly what we do and how we live

Within this ecological existence

And...

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Categories: creation, inspirational, nature, perspective,

Premium MemberVan Gogh at Saint Remy by Maurice Rigoler
My dear Theo,
    It’s been a week since I committed
myself. I feel quite at home and with
no regrets that I did so....

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Categories: art,

I Know by Drencho POET
I know 
that I will die
but my day hides
my date is unknown
I am curious
and yet scared
of such a fact
that I will die
anytime 
irrespective of my...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberEdith Is Found by Lisle Ryder
At the foot of the stairwell 
face up she lay, knocked, smashed, kicked, 
robbed, disfigured, lifeless so
it seemed, when the police came,
with ambulance attending.

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Categories: caregiving, character, endurance, friendship,

Odyssey from Africa 15c by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 15c (Southland, continued...)

Being rich in skill and talent
He soon gained the feel and measure 
Of the boomerang’s employment 
Sent it arching near...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, humanity,

A life without meaning by fauxcroft wade
Do you have something meaningful

In your life that you believe in

Is there something that you worship

That fills you scared feelings

If there is not then what's...

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Categories: beauty, inspirational, life, light,

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,

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,

From the real to the fantasy by Anoucheka Gangabissoon
My heart, feeling like a heavy lump weighing all over all me,
Closed itself in a chest full of demoniac seeds
Hoping, that by doing so, it...

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Categories: fantasy, love,

Odyssey from Africa 15b by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 15b (Southland)

“Like an antelope in stature 
Yet they hopped along like sparrows!
On big hind limbs like a rabbit’s
With a rat-like tail behind...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, humanity,

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,

Odyssey from Africa 14g 15a by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 14g

“This research by young Alinda
Tells us something most important 
For we find upon our beaches
Plants that are entirely different 

“From the flora...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, mythology,

A right to live by fauxcroft wade
A right to free movement

A right to live

Where we want

Should be our perogative

We should not feel that we can not roam

Or decide to set down...

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Categories: dream, race, rights, uplifting,

Odyssey from Africa 14f by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 14f

This colossal ratite was the
Largest bird on all the planet
It would live on Madagascar 
Till the time of William Shakespeare

“Let me tell...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, myth,

Premium MemberA Bohemian Maze of True Evil by Donna Loughman
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: creation, dark, evil, god,

The Cougar and The Deer by David Welch
When I was just a little boy
we picnicked under alpine skies,
one time a mule deer strolled out
and fed in the meadow nearby.
Tall, curving antlers rising...

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Categories: age, fear, growing up,