Pain Narrative Poems

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


IS IT THE RELIGION TO BE BLAMED NOW by Aayushi singh
Rape in the city, lifestyle was blamed
Rape of a teenager, clothing was blamed.
And now?

8 year old, simply dressed,
Living in village
No modern lifestyle
Innocent and unaware of...

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Categories: abuse, allah, anger, beautiful,

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,



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,

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,

MY STEPMOTHER'S CRUELTY by PoeticMonwa Monwa
MY STEPMOTHER'S CRUELTY

I am a prisoner in my father's house
I wait until she goes to sleep to get food,
I am no difference to a mouse
My...

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Categories: abuse, emotions,

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part III by David Welch
Joel just collapsed into the brown dirt,
clutching his face in both of his palms,
cried,”Running Moon, the day that you ‘died,’
was the day my life started...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,

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,

Georgia Ruby by fauxcroft wade
I would say I miss you

But I never got to meet you

I got to hold you

But I never got to see your smile,

I got to...

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Categories: daughter, father daughter, hurt,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part I by David Welch
Owen Kucharski found himself inside
of a rather awkward situation,
all because of a women that he saw
every few days for adult ‘recreation.’

Her name was Laura, and...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

Empowered by Pain, Resurrected by Love by Kristin Cook
Losing you, rescued my spirit. 
Like a Phoenix rising from ashes,
I caught fire from all the second chances.
I spread my wings and fly
A mystic flight...

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Categories: feelings, heartbreak, love, relationship,

The Easter Triduum by Drencho POET
The Easter Triduum 

The agony
the pain
the torment
the blood
of Jesus
innocently suffered
affliction
an undeserved pain
tortured by mankind
Christ so kind
was crucified
died
for the world
 says the Word
"This is my Son..."
...

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Categories: death, sin,

Empathy by Brian Byrne
Sometimes I like to stick out my arms and wave them freely in the sky.
I'll stand for hours and wait and wait and wait...
I wait...

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Categories: death, deep, emotions, life,

The Chosen Three by David Smith
If I had to choose three people who have influenced my life
Through time and space,
I think their diverse backgrounds would be the big surprise, 
Yet...

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Categories: anti bullying, appreciation, blessing,

A Scary Relationship by Drencho POET
(The voice of a woman, hurt by her own lover.)

He claims to love me
and yet destroys me
my emotions
my soul.

I regret why
I accepted his proposal
I was...

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Categories: heartbreak,

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,

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,

To show that I understand your pain by Kathryn Eddy
When I was young so long ago,
Threatened I was though I didn't know,
My parents feared as to my fate,
Afraid that the doctors would be too...

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Categories: 1st grade, 2nd grade,

Premium MemberTarnished Reflections by Angel Villanueva
A cup of hot tea keeps her company
while she peers through her window;
happy images replay in her mind
as her reflection shares her gaze.

Long ago they...

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Categories: bereavement, death, loss, muse,

Blood Stained by Roger Byrd
  A receipt for the secret of deceit, I was in repeat sinking in deep... Thinking was keeping me from sleep, I would grieve...

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Categories: depression,

Erase Our Yesterday by Roger Byrd
 Your heartless obsession started this depression... You struggle with confession, its like a puzzle without connection... My definition of love is rejection, & I...

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Categories: depression,