School Narrative Poems

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


AMERICAN FAMILIES CRY OUT by jack cooper
Why must the American people keep asking why
The FBI always seems to get a Bye
When accountability for one's actions
Should be so high
Persecution of so many...

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Categories: bullying, conflict, faith, family,

love kills by lovely sharma
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I just got to the grave today, death was given to you by my infidelity.

Along the way alive, my soul was given death.

Thy Ishq ruined...

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Categories: black love, break up,



Premium MemberNOVEMBER ELEVENTH by Elaine George
Yes! I am here, sweetheart,  beneath our beautiful oak tree. Autumn leaves, like burning embers, fall from its canopy and float to the ground....

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Categories: death, i love you,

Premium MemberYOU HAVE TO GO WITH HER by Caren Krutsinger
Our school secretary woke up every day, begging for unhappy.
By her daily face, I knew she was almost always able to find it.
By her heart,...

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Categories: encouraging, fun, funny, humorous,

Premium MemberYou Call That A Hit by Caren Krutsinger
The principal knocked on my school counselor door’s window beckoning for me to join her on the other side. I shook my head, ’no,’ ...

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Categories: confidence, encouraging, inspirational, school,

Correspondence School by Steve Zak
Words,
And more words.
Written in a binary code of zeros and ones,
Appearing on a computer screen
In a language everyone can understand.
Translated into a structured story,
Speaking to...

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Categories: computer, internet, perspective,

Thugging For Peace, Part II by David Welch
The lead thug burst forth, swinging at Max,
catching him with a fist just under the eye,
Max pitched backwards, fell to the floor,
off-balanced, he slammed hard...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Thugging For Peace, Part I by David Welch
Max Clayborn head there was a walkout coming,
being orchestrated by his high school,
they proclaimed they were fighting gun violence,
but to Max they just sounded like...

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Categories: confidence, freedom, mother, political,

Premium MemberThe Girl by charles messina
The Girl
The school
The bell
The street
The run 
The car 
The screech 
The hit 
The ambulance
The hospital
The nurses 
The doctors
The cries, the  cries, the cries 
The...

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Categories: miracle,

Failure Fuel, Part I by David Welch
Ethan was determined to be the best,
to put to shame all other guitarists,
to rock the world in tight, leather pants,
touring like a God across the...

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Categories: desire, dream, life, music,

Big Fish Calling Me To The Sea Part 2 by Christine Phillips
Big boats traffic people from pillar to post only heaven knows where it goes
Something fishy is transpiring in the sea, there is a unique smell...

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Categories: abuse, adventure, courage, encouraging,

Big Fish Calling Me To The Sea Part 1 by Christine Phillips
My spirit has been calling to get up and go to the sea
My spirit has been telling me that there is something for me to...

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Categories: abuse, adventure, devotion, encouraging,

Premium MemberThe Early Seventies by Frederic Parker
The early seventies was rather interesting
one minute hanging out with a pack of wolves
predators of the night... the next... nine weeks in boot camp
on the...

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Categories: life,

I Had No Clue It Was Valentines Day Part 1 by Christine Phillips
I had no clue it was Valentine’s Day
Because no one said happy Valentine’s Day
I had no clue it was valentines’ Day
Because I had no one...

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Categories: angel, celebration, community, confidence,

Contend With Me by Christine Phillips
Contend with me while you can 
Contend with me and I will deliver the master plan
Contend with me and I will make you smile
We have...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, birth,

Hearts faded with time by Maxie Macdonald
Hearts faded with time.

Skinny jeans and smokey air
The sound of laughter and pool balls on a table
The smell of damp carpet and stale beer
Full ashtrays...

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Categories: feelings, memory,

Premium MemberGrammar School Day Dreaming by Michael Sender
My Religious Studies School Class


At the back of the class on the seat of a wooden writing desk  
Like a thinner version of Billy...

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Categories: class, day, dream, god,

Premium MemberMy Long Lost Youth by Jack Ellison


Oh for the days of my long lost youth
Making paper airplanes, watching em glide
Looping like barnstorming pilots of the 30s
Above the trees like birds on...

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Categories: nostalgia,

The Strongest Woman, Part I by David Welch
The strongest woman that I ever saw
was born thirty-four years ago,
to loving parents who doted on her,
told he of the great places she’d go.

She was...

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Categories: angst, children, life, strength,

Premium MemberPART ONE - A Gunshot Wound to the Heat - A short story from my memoir by Elaine George
GUNSHOT WOUND TO THE HEART 


From a two-room schoolhouse high on a hill over the Fundy Bay, I sat at an old wooden desk daydreaming....

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Categories: nostalgia,