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Rhyme Narrative Poems

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


King's Mountain, Part II
...And though the rifles were slower to load,
the Overmountain Men made use of trees,
concealing themselves from counterfire
in places that the British couldn’t see.

With countless snipers...

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Categories: narrative, america, conflict, courage, freedom,



King's Mountain, Part I
It was after the defeat at Camden,
in the fall of 1780,
British Major Patrick Ferguson
sought to exploit Britain’s victory.

To secure South Carolina’s countryside,
he marched his loyalist...

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Categories: narrative, america, conflict, courage, freedom,

Educating Bigfoot, Part II
...The bigfoot poked out again the next day
with the little one not that far behind,
came lunch time Julio put out apples,
before each he would stop...

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Categories: animal, education, friendship, humanity,

Educating Bigfoot, Part I
This story begins with Julio Jones,
a logger who worked trees in the Cascades,
never married or had a family,
he was a loner, that just was his...

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Categories: animal, education, friendship, humanity,

Premium Member The Monochrome Echo Chamber


"The Monochrome Echo Chamber"




How many Roads
to "It"
Black as Black and White? or Unicorns and Rainbows?

Unitarian 1 and only 1 
Trinitarian 3 exist in 1 
An...

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Categories: color, dark, humanity, i



Premium Member Another Day In Paradise--NOT


On midday, hot and muggy, at near nineties,
A young man, possibly late twenties,
Had been seating on a town bench,
I sat on the empty one next...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, character, day,

The Woman I Loved
Oh the woman I loved was unfaithful
I found out that hard truth today,
now when I look at her I feel hateful
since she found another for...

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Categories: narrative, betrayal, divorce, emotions, irony,

The Cost of Revenge, Part IV
I was so shocked
but then I took stock
of the look in my grandpa’s eyes,
And understood
that his word was good,
that, in truth, he had almost died.

Now...

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Categories: narrative, anger, betrayal, dark, family,

The Cost of Revenge, Part III
“And then I turned,
my mind truly burned
said,’What kind of a sick mother
would go coerce
a child of hers
to sleep with her own half-brother?!

“ ‘You are a...

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Categories: narrative, anger, betrayal, dark, family,

The Cost of Revenge, Part II
“It was a race
going to my place,
our emotions out of control,
went for the bed
and my lust-filled head
focused only on it’s one goal.

“Our clothes were tossed,
they...

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Categories: narrative, anger, betrayal, dark, family,

The Cost of Revenge, Part I
My blood ran cold
when my grandpa told
the story you’re about to hear
of moral laws
broke by great grandpa,
that would bring all involved to tears.

It was one...

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Categories: narrative, anger, betrayal, dark, family,

Thighs On My Head, Chicken Fight
A broad, Las Vegas swimming pool,
still open the late in the night,
my buddy stands across from me,
and on his broad shoulders alights

a tall and olive-skinned...

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Categories: narrative, celebration, fun, lust, places,

The Midget Matador
Near small Rapid City,
a man came up to me,
said,”Hey, I’ll show you a good time.”
I thought that meant girls,
turns out, as things unfurled,
the man had...

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Categories: adventure, character, conflict, humorous,

REJOICING IN THE LORD AS AN ADOPTED CHILD
Though I look sober, still in the Lord do I indeed rejoice
Grateful am I to hear my father and mother’s voice
With “We love you, dear;...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, christian, faith,

The Melted Ice Cube
It was a magical time.  It was youth and exuberance; It was excitement and discovery; it was innocence. It is now just memory, ah,...

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Categories: memory, nostalgia,

In The Late Night
It was all in the late night,
they took everything away,
it was all in the late night,
getting home an early day
from a trip to the west...

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Categories: narrative, anger, betrayal, dark, jealousy,

Mundanity Doth Not Spell Ennui
Nor do I feel free
akin to noble savage 
(gratis to Jean Jacques Rousseau)  
completely unfettered, and able lee
to fend off unseen banshee,
comically swatting for...

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Categories: boy, childhood, confusion, destiny,

Inside The Mysterious Enigmatic Fragmentary
Inside The Mysterious Enigmatic Fragmentary...
Mortal Mind Of Matthew Scott Harris
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Seedy gobbledygook ergot
visibly argot bubbled, burbled, bustled...forth 
yea...give garbled, jangled, warbled shoutout
if...

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Categories: addiction, age, appreciation, art,

Premium Member CONFUSED CRACKED CRAZY WORLD---,
CONFUSED CRACKED CRAZY WORLD---

Public defender,
 trying to remember,
 placement inside of 8ft blender,
 glass cubicle- full musical,
 holy pentacle- left ventricle,
 want to be saved...

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Categories: analogy, depression, endurance, rap,

Lovebug
I was feeling this restlessness since past few days and it seemed, all the strings in my heart were tangled just like my shoe lace.
...

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Categories: 2nd grade, beautiful, boyfriend,