People Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberCastles In The Sand by Mark Toney
Picture a man’s solitary stroll on a sandy seaside,
Early time of day, just a short time after low tide,
Water almost calm, gentle waves lapping the...

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Categories: beach, child, cry, metaphor,

A pardon by Abubakar Muhammad Musa
You already knew who I'm to you,
It been said a love without brawl is not more a love,
So you know what I did is virtually...

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Categories: allegory,



Premium MemberMaMa Bear At Large by Caren Krutsinger
One brave senior girl with empathy walked out of class
With my sophomore daughter,
She had actually brought her
Home, in the middle of the
Day. My daughter was
Sobbing....

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Categories: how i feel, i

John Stark's Glory, Part I by David Welch
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,

Premium MemberReality Check by Richard Lamoureux
You were placed on the planet 
to write rhymes
but to many times 
people tried to fit you
in between their lines  
Their prefect pairings
not caring...

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Categories: appreciation, courage, god, relationship,

Premium MemberWhoop Whoop For Love by Jack Ellison

Whoop, whoop I'm in love with love
It's the only thing that really matters
Everything else goes on totally unabated
And can leave our minds in tatters

But uttering...

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Categories: love,

Premium MemberLet Your Wind Blow Free by Jack Ellison


Must explain my reason for grinning
It's not what you might think
Got a cramp down in my nether regions
Maybe too many beans methinks

It's easy for people...

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Categories: corruption,

Premium MemberA Sentimental Slob by Jack Ellison


The way to a man's heart is through his heart
Contrary to how the old saying goes
After all my years this is what I've discovered
It's an...

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Categories: emotions,

Premium MemberNow Who On Earth Was That by Marilyn S Jennings
Now, Who On Earth Was That?

Can you imagine being in Israel when the Son of God 
was there in human form?

How He healed a woman...

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Categories: gospel,

What Her Father Gave, Part II by David Welch
II.
Carmen had no other family left,
and said,”I guess I can give it a try.”
Her mother beamed. “I live in Miami,
I’ll pay for some movers to...

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Categories: betrayal, character, corruption, dark,

Premium MemberStrange Birds by Jack Ellison


Are we sure the birds aren't watching us
reporting to a sultan bird who writes things down
have suspected for years
these mysterious flying creatures
that keep to themselves...

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Categories: mystery,

The Lizard Man by Christine Phillips
It spread its grizzly legs on the whitewashed wall
Firmly baked in the early summer heat 
Spitting perspiration dripping from the white crisps ceiling
While I cling...

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Categories: business, character, community, dedication,

Premium MemberOH GREAT SKY CHIEF HEAR ME NOW by jack cooper
Oh Great Sky Chief I'm standing here
On sacred ground remembering a day
When are people were so proud?
Oh Great Sky Chief it's me White Cloud
I have...

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Categories: bullying, care, christian, courage,

Premium MemberChampagne Worlds by Maurice Rigoler


Here I sit in front of my computer
holding a fluted glass by its stem, 
thin as a sandpiper’s leg, gazing at, fascinated 
by a swarm...

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Categories: imagination,

I wonder why by Piercing Words
Why do I cry at daytime, Laugh at night,
Why do I write so much but talk so little,
Why I'm I so cool than the other...

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Categories: i am, image, life,

Lamentaion by Emmanuel Damilare
I have being bitten with a poisonous sting
Causing me greater pain
Making me feel unconscious
And allowing tears flow down my cheek

I have being bitten by an...

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Categories: 2nd grade,

Premium MemberWhat The Enemy Meant For Evil, God Will Turn To The Good by Marilyn S Jennings
What The Enemy Meant For Evil, GOD Will Turn To The Good!

Take a good look now at some of the bad
things that have happened in...

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Categories: trust,

crying in the rain by alyssa ramos
rain fell down 
 not droplets outside 
 but tears from within 
 drowning a once
 determined soul,
 breaking it.
 sad people love the 
...

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Categories: depression, lonely, love, Lullaby,

Premium MemberPart Three - BATTERSEA - A TRUE STORY from my Memoir - A Journey of Roses and Thorns by Elaine George
After we ate the cake, we bundled up in our winter coats and boots and followed the teacher out into the yard.  She wanted...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium MemberA Sweet Hillbilly Boy by Broken Wings
Once there was a country boy called Chester,
     he came from the rural Appalachians;
got himself a farming job not far from...

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Categories: boy, farm, horse,