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Rain Narrative Poems

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


The Peasants Truck by Christine Phillips
Everybody moved out of the country to get a taste of the shining city
Ripe banana, ripe plums, are perishing in Uncle Sam’s broiling sun
I cannot...

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Categories: angel, blessing, business, character,

Never Is Enough by mark palmer
Quietly with cap to hand he begs on the street
With Cross legs he waits with a sigh, 
Cold in the pouring rain, with his fingers...

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Categories: loneliness, lost, poverty, sad,



Premium MemberThe Haunted House by Connie Marcum Wong
The Haunted House

An aging Victorian graphite three story house sat on a 
promontory, lonely, deserted, weathered and forlorn.
Broken windows showed signs of cruel abuse from
passersby...

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Categories: autumn, fear, horror, house,

Colors Of Land And Life by curtis johnson
In the colorful region of America where I was born and raised, the colors           ...

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Categories: america, color, earth, people,

Unleashed by Christine Phillips
I got up this morning in a good mood 
searching for solitude in the distant skies
And watching the clouds rolling by
I stopped and listened to...

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Categories: appreciation, confidence, future, happy,

Car Number Sixteen by Christine Phillips
This train is coming down the main
This train is rocking my brain
This train is the overcrowded train
This train is washing in the rain
This train is...

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Categories: confidence, desire, endurance, forgiveness,

Just whisper in my ear by Christine Phillips
Just whisper in my ear and tell me what you hear
Whisper in my ear when you have something to share
Don’t talk too loud when the...

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Categories: adventure, beautiful, confidence, desire,

There Is Peace In The Storm by Michael Barber
The fear grasp our hearts as we set in the hallway until the storm passed by. Mom was always afraid and made us kids run...

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Categories: confidence, emotions, environment, growing

Darkness Engulf the Room by Annie Lander
My Narrative Reportage for 8/8/2018

Darkness engulf the room, in my dream,
The summer knaves logo theme, heats the city
like rows of open pizza ovens:
and Just in...

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Categories: appreciation, art, august, black

The Blue Wave by Christine Phillips
You have to see it to believe it
You have to experience it to know it
You have to feel it to understand it
You have to get...

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Categories: beauty, growth, happiness, history,

Premium MemberLittle One by Linda Milgate
Little one


         There is tapping on the window, rain drops and little hands

    ...

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Categories: anxiety, longing, mother,

The flood by Joshua Popoola
The atmosphere was hot despite the threatening rain 
The sky had been overtaken by fever
 It cried  aloud in torrents of rain
The wisps of...

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Categories: natural disasters,

Mill Wheel by curtis johnson
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Categories: childhood, children, kid, love,

Of Seekers by David MaxOptimism
As heat laden dust 
fluff the scorch 
searing the desert plain, 
the earth seems aflame, 
gust twirl it's stinging grains 
as sun bake minds 
of...

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Categories: analogy, metaphor,

Oklahoma Clay by RD McManes
Most evenings, right around supper,
when the sky was streaked red
right before dark, the old man
would talk of Oklahoma-

the first time he hunted squirrel,
down by Coal...

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Categories: family, imagery, life, loss,

Premium MemberDressed to a kill by doug pederson
the rain spilled its barrels on my way to work
hit a pot hole and the tire split
the spare like a donut was cream filled
a passing...

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Categories: funny,

Echoes of Her Voice by Lin Lane
He sat on her side of the bed
as sunlight peeked in the window
and as dawn slowly rose 
this is what he said...

   ...

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Categories: emotions,

Premium MemberBizarre Facts by Jack Ellison

Banging your head against the wall burns 150 calories an hour
However, there are some definite side effects
Remembering to put on you jockeys or your bra...

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Categories: stress,

Premium Memberdaisies in a kettle by doug pederson
On the porch of an old farm house near the  east end of Thackeray’s creek
sat a black rusty kettle with daisies, filled in with...

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Categories: appreciation,

Premium MemberCrying of Opossums by Amy Sell
If I was in charge of the heavens and stars
I would make it so it could only rain at night
When the sky is dark, anyway
It...

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Categories: day, death, god, jesus,