Sea Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberSHELL by Danielle Brunelle
Walking along the shore I came across a broken shell
I called out your name
But, there was no answer despite how loud I would yell 

The...

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Categories: heartbroken, i miss you,

Premium MemberDeadbeat Side by Freddie Robinson Jr.
O Aphrodite,
Grecian fertility goddess
Matriarch idol of the womb,
your wise children love not reproducing
— Ancient Zion chant
heard in the echo chambers
of the caverns along the Aegean...

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Categories: perspective, religious, truth, wisdom,



Premium MemberLBI, Drifting Sands by Kevin Lawrence
LBI, Drifting Sands

Good Morning, Spring.  I know you’re awake.  I see your color rising with the sun.
Through the open balcony door of our...

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Categories: sea,

A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Dreamland by curtis johnson
I could see, feel, and hear it.  The fragrance was of an arresting aroma.          ...

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Categories: bible, destiny, dream, faith,

The Battle Of Darkness by Poetic Judy Emery
The Battle Of Darkness

I have myself toiled in sadness of darkness
While searching for freedom
searching for truth; 
I spent many hard cold years
the tears that poured...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, dark, dream,

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,

Premium MemberThe Herd by Michael Wegman
Waves pushed a torrent of power and might.
Against the tiny creature seemingly lost in the night.
With only the moon to navigate her path,
Little seahorse galloped—
	Giddy...

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Categories: birth, family, horse, inspirational

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,

The Mountain Goat by Christine Phillips
The noise aboard the motor boat reminds me that I was not alone
The high perspiration smell from the young couple sitting beside me
caused me to...

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Categories: angel, courage, creation, friendship,

Odyssey from Africa 15c by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 15c (Southland, continued...)

Being rich in skill and talent
He soon gained the feel and measure 
Of the boomerang’s employment 
Sent it arching near...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, humanity,

Ghost Ship by Timothy McGuire
Our ship is pounding against the waves, we haven’t seen the sun in thirteen days.
The lightning flashes across dark skies, and the rain tortures our...

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Categories: death, sea, water,

Andersonville Prison, 1864 by Steve Zak
“Is this place Hell” a prisoner asked his first day there; 
No, just a stop along the way. 
Andersonville Prison, 1864. Hell Upon Earth.

The hounds...

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Categories: america, history, prison, war,

Premium MemberWiz Away by Nancy Wolter
       Wiz Away

I entered the empty funeral hall.
Am I not at the correct memorial gathering in visitation room H?
“Excuse...

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Categories: age, crazy, magic,

Premium MemberAnkle Bracelets by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Clink-clink
Black panther eyes peering 
thru the concrete canopy
What do they see in the blood-smoke midnight air ... 
safari sound waves shocking,
moving the ghetto leaves
What do...

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Categories: culture, metaphor, slavery, truth,

Odyssey from Africa 14f by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 14f

This colossal ratite was the
Largest bird on all the planet
It would live on Madagascar 
Till the time of William Shakespeare

“Let me tell...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, myth,

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,

Nothing Happen Before The Time by Christine Phillips
 
I could see the sun rising in the East
Pulling up something that is very deep
I could see the sun rising in the East
Hanging over...

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Categories: adventure, blessing, courage, encouraging,

The Salton Sea by Steve Zak
The air is parched and crinkled, heavy with no place to go; with no sense of time, hanging suspended over the Salton Sea,
100 hundred miles...

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Categories: culture, natural disasters, nature,

Polluting beings by fauxcroft wade
Pollution is humanities

Unfortunate legacy

Polluting on the land

As well as the air and sea

Pollution defines

Humanities lust for greed

Even though we possess

Alternative green energy

Even though we have

Discovered...

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Categories: environment, farm, humanity, judgement,