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Patriotic Narrative Poems

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


Premium Member A Most Courageous American President for the Ages
A Most Courageous American President for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate for me to take a moment to
share some of my reflections...

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Categories: america, celebration, character, inspiration,



THE QUEST
None keeps its inventory
But it creeps into a story
A story of a modern society
Which is plural in nature;
Partly of a rural nurture
Partly of an urban...

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Categories: africa, betrayal, community, conflict,

Premium Member A True American Hero for the Ages
A True American Hero for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate to take a moment to
reflect on the life and public service of...

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Categories: america, celebration, character, inspiration,

Jarheads in a Pickle

War ain’t a kosher thing
The killing of innocent human beings
was never FDA approved
(From Da Almighty)

Ebenezer fiscals’ hands be closed tighty
	to the citizen poor
But they openly...

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Categories: soldier, truth, violence, war,

Off-Key

Francis Scott Key ...
a song provocateur, who spoke
most ungentlemanly

Scott “Don’t set ‘em Free” 
had to be 
the most rabid racist
you never wanted to meet

Francis the...

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Categories: perspective, slavery, truth, wisdom,

John Stark's Glory, Part II
...Baum’s men were caught in a hot cross-fire,
many quickly were sent to the grave,
their Indian allies wisely pulled out,
seeing no victory to be had that...

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Categories: narrative, america, conflict, freedom, hero,

John Stark's Glory, Part I
Back in seventeen seventy-seven,
British general John Burgoyne faced hard times,
despite winning at Hubbardton, and Fort Anne,
supplies were getting very hard to find.

When word came that...

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Categories: narrative, america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Bloody Oriskany, Part I
In seventeen seventy-seven,
amidst the deep summer’s August heat,
Barry St. Leger, loyalist milita,
and the Iroquois walked on sore feet.

Their mission was clear: move down the Mohawk,
meet...

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Categories: america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Do the Math
Fifty stars
and
thirteen stripes
Wavy patriotic mathematician
do the math ... 
Subtraction or addition,
what will the numbers be,
37 or 63?
Slavery took away my parents’ human rights,
and their children’s...

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Categories: america, history, math, truth,

Soldiers Plight
We’re Soldiers!!! 

We’re resented, we’re praised
And we’re shattered again.
None tamed will, or timid men 
 We could only wait; Wait to live, wait to die!
The...

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Categories: america, conflict, courage, death,

Terror and love


To touch the aircraft wheel on the country's soil
An emergency message ...
Authorities have arranged for drinking, feeding and sleeping
Emergency and sudden landing of soldiers across...

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Categories: america, humanity, lost, love,

Freedom's Wall
A young Marine stands proud and tall,
studies the names on the great black wall.
Traces a steady hand upon a name,
Within his heart feels a burning...

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Categories: bereavement, dedication, devotion, father,

Death on The Beaches of Normandy
Their courageous bodies lay like garland 
on the sandy shores of Normandy, 
Their duty there well defined.
Fearless of every returning home 
And with their dying...

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Categories: courage, freedom, military, patriotic,

Their Splendor Gone
Their years have slowly slipped away,
Our nation’s heroes with heads of grey
Once strong bodies, now weathered and weak,
‘tis’ the solitude of grave’s-rest, they seek.

Willingly went...

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Categories: america, death, dedication, devotion,

Babylonian Anthem
Thou, O king, hast made a decree, 
that every man that shall hear the
sound of the cornet, flute, harp,
sackbut, psaltery, and dulcimer, 
and all kinds...

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Categories: bible, patriotic, religious, truth,

ON BENDED KNEE Part Two
I am a Veteran proud and true, hundreds of thousands just
like me served for the Red White and Blue
To protect all you Haters So You...

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Categories: america, betrayal, character, humanity,

To My Fatherland: Ambazonia
There was never a land sweeter than Bamenda
Nor a land so full of honey: Buea
Full of a consanguineous race
A people garnished by love and commensurateness
A...

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Categories: patriotic, race,

It Will Never Happen, Maybe
It Will Never Happen (Maybe)

Ceremony for the "Gods"	The Law, you must attend
Taking turns (now Region One) Freely, (or pretend)

All about expenditures (where taxpayer dollars go)
Transparency?...

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Categories: america, change, patriotic, political,

Victory Woods, or The Battle of Saratoga
That day in the October sun
The British they marched along
Across Mater Barber’s wheat field
A force in red, quite strong.
The drummer drummed, fifers they played
We heard...

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Categories: america, freedom, history, independence

Sgt Shultz Defense
He knew how to keep his job:
Follow orders,
speak to superiors only when spoken to
And always give a subservient nod
His grandfather taught his father,
and his father...

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Categories: humorous, patriotic, soldier, war,