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Sad Narrative Poems

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


The Kave-in Part 2 by Kelsey Graves
I gathered up my will to wander towards the light and began to ponder, 
The things I'd do once I found that cave's elusive exit...

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Categories: angst, father son, sad,

The Kave-in Part 1 by Kelsey Graves
Sitting watching the world, weary, contemplating life cold and dreary, 
Upon a rock within a mountain which I'd often tread upon before,
As I wallowed, spirit...

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Categories: angst, depression, emotions, father



Alone by Michelle Rensburg
Sitting on the pavement
Alone I sit
Thinking about the things I will miss.

The days flew by
and all I could do was cry
And cry
And cry.
Never could I...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, hurt, loss,

The Balcony by Chase Dela Pena
I watched happily as he stepped foot on my terrace,
All night we talked and he made my heart race.
But every time the night ends we...

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Categories: allusion, betrayal, blue, break

Pete by Colette Dright
Saying stuff over and over makes you think a person didn't get it, but it's just that they didn't care to get it. You said...

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Categories: emotions, sad love, silly,

Premium MemberSheer Phawn Jungle Hostage by Caren Krutsinger
Sheer Phawn was not like other jungle creatures. She did not blend into the landscape.
She was not fearful of the unseen dangers, or the dark...

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Categories: horror,

I Have a Pecan Tree by Colette Dright
I found a pecan on the ground
I picked it up when no one was around
Sitting in the hall outside of class crying because her classmates...

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Categories: cheer up, encouraging, heartbreak,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part II by David Welch
...He turned back to see all four of his gang
staring at him, in anger and shock.
“That boy was worth thousands,”seethed out mad Bret,
his hand shifting...

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Categories: narrative, change, conflict, courage, death,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: narrative, change, conflict, courage, death,

Lonely Silence by Colette Dright
Lonely silence makes you wonder and guess
It can be words left unspoken

Some say no news is good news, but that's not always true
Cause words left...

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Categories: loneliness, lonely, sad,

Broken Crayons Still Crayons by Colette Dright
There are times in life where you will have emotional highs and lows. 
There will be rejection, hurt and disappointment. There will be times you...

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Categories: depression, feelings, heartbroken, sad,

Swallow dreams by Letwin Mpofu
Swallow dreams

The saddest of all, yet sweet and amazing
Passion draws near to they that dream, visualize the action before happening.
I give credit to they dream...

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Categories: absence, anxiety,

Premium MemberThe Couple In Love by Caren Krutsinger
They arrived giggling and giddy, one hundred percent in love.  Holding hands, leaning into each other,
Smiling.  Young love, nothing like it.
I am teaching...

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Categories: education, sad love,

Premium MemberRassphrass and LeRoy's Love Story by Caren Krutsinger
Rassaphrass’s husband LeRoy went out for garlic bread on a Tuesday.  She ate all the spaghetti and meatballs before he returned, to teach him...

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Categories: fun,

Premium MemberMister Goofus by Jack Ellison


There once was a song called “Goofus”
I think this describes me all right
Sounds right for this mood I've been in
For the last forty days and...

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Categories: adventure,

What Lovely Years by Celine Tran
Prologue
When you take this first step,
think - what lies ahead.
Both smiles and laughter
tender, loving ever-after.
The road will be rough,
but you will not bend
for the prize...

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Categories: abuse, boyfriend, break up,

Premium MemberI Would Like To Call His Mother by Caren Krutsinger
Let me tell you something you can’t tell anybody, not the principal, not my teacher, not nobody.
I stopped the ten-year-old midstream.  If you tell...

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Categories: anxiety,

Adventure To A Barren Island by Subimal Sinha-Roy


This unhappy man in the midst of flowing opulence lived
like a discolored precious stone in a box of rare jewels,
and was always sad like a...

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Categories: analogy, depression, happiness, imagery,

Mariah of Magdala by Beryl O. Adhiambo
Chapter I

Part II: Power and emptynes


Mariah of Magdala!

Opulent woman yet juvenile 

Did your hood bestow you such affluence?

Look how youthful you are

Flawless beauty, Enchanting aroma...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty, body, desire,

Mariah of Magdala by Beryl O. Adhiambo
Part I: Sin

Mariah of Magdala

The cursed one among women

Better that you were not born

The one full of black evil

Queen of prostitutes

None of modest can be...

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Categories: abuse, black love, dark,