Seasons Narrative Poems

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


Odyssey from Africa 14g 15a by Phil Salmon
Odyssey from Africa 14g

“This research by young Alinda
Tells us something most important 
For we find upon our beaches
Plants that are entirely different 

“From the flora...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, mythology,

Odyssey from Africa 14d by Phil Salmon
Chapter 14d (King Ptolemy the second, cont.)

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“And upon the open ocean
Far from land in roving sail-ships
How to find the congregations 
Of the sharks and rays...

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Categories: adventure, africa, history, mythology,



Deep Freeze December 2017 by matthew harris
No doubt an Eskimo as fabulous breeze
feeling in their element with style, elan 
   while snacking on crackers and cheese  

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Categories: earth, environment, fate, humanity,

Premium MemberARE WE LIKE LITTLE FAIRIES BEFORE GOD by Thomas Hsi
ARE WE LIKE LITTLE FAIRIES BEFORE GOD?


If the expanse of the universe, with every created world, can fit in the palm of God’s hand, then...

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Categories: beautiful, love, magic, memorial,

The Bleeding Tree by David Welch
By a meander scar there stands a tree,
a survivor of long history,
in winter it does something quite strange,
red sap seeps out, and the snow it...

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Categories: history, hurt, loss, sad,

Exploring the Darkness by Alicia Thompson
May 24, 2017- Heartbreak and Loss

Naive, I was intrigued, by the darkness; endless, deep, and empty.
 I saw it in the eyes of one I...

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Categories: break up, change, corruption,

Eminent Domain by DM Babbit
Something seems amiss,
 yard creatures abound today
 demanding and fighting over seed and food.
The usual half dozen squirrels
 have doubled up,
 unfamiliar birds have come.
Each...

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Categories: animal, nature,

Premium MemberLook In My Eyes by Judy Emery
Look In My Eyes
My Dark Angel,
Look at what you have done 
O why have you made me bled 
O look what you have done to...

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Categories: angel, betrayal, dream, longing,

Premium MemberCRIES FROM THE DARK SIDE by Judy Emery
CRIES FROM THE DARK SIDE

Dragging Memories are always getting to me
I can feel the eagerness at play
where the shouting rage coming from the cage
bring on...

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Categories: angel, betrayal, dream, emotions,

Premium MemberWITHOUT YOU by Judy Emery
WITHOUT YOU

I have no words to expresshow I am feeling today
all I know is I am in another sad state
where time is slipping by
Oh, how...

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Categories: betrayal, break up, depression,

Premium MemberSOMETHINGS SEEM TO NEVER CHANGED by Judy Emery
SOMETHINGS SEEM TO NEVER CHANGED


My heart be scarred and burned
where did you go?
I needed you so 
you left me all alone 
it wasn't the distance...

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Categories: angel, autumn, betrayal, dream,

Odyssey from Africa 11b by Phil Salmon
CHAPTER 11b The Island Kingdom, continued...

In an ocean-going vessel
Now this group of island warriors 
Journeyed on an expedition 
From the island to the mainland 

Han...

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Categories: adventure, africa, endurance, history,

Premium MemberHalting by Teddy Kimathi
"Where did the sun go?!" he asked.
She looked at him for a moment,
and replied,
"You'll find the sun at the beach".
He had his summer shorts on,
yet...

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Categories: deep, humanity, hurt, imagery,

Premium MemberMy Old Companions by Sunlite Wanter
My Old Companions

Once you arched where children play,
Heard the laughter and slapping of tether balls;
Roads made of sand with little boy sounds
A long time ago.

You...

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Categories: appreciation, tree,

A Corner Window by Reason A. Poteet
When Mamá grabbed the broom
as my brother and I fought,
we'd head into the bedroom
and fighting came to naught.

Mom and Pop were foreigners
always looking for more...

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Categories: brother, home, house, seasons,

Premium MemberDust by Teddy Kimathi
He collected a bowl of dust,
and quickly hid it into a green bottle.
The bottle's weight didn't change much,
but his heart had changed a lot,
since his...

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Categories: africa, childhood, culture, deep,

Four Seasons by Yap Kian
In the spring 
Who break in the flowers 
And spread fragrance 
To provide nectar for mankind 
Humans who pick the flowers at will

In the summer...

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Categories: autumn, humanity, poets, seasons,

Premium MemberA Dreamworld Chimera by Broken Wings
And for my sweet meditation-  I am listening to Vilvaldi,
the four seasons concerto, wild and quite dreamy;
and I am soon lost in a daydream...

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Categories: angel, dream, fantasy, garden,

Premium MemberSun Thief by Teddy Kimathi
Once upon a time, there lived a boy called Simon.
He was an ordinary boy who did what ordinary nine year old
boys do: collecting bugs and...

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Categories: conflict, fantasy, imagery, mystery,

Santa Claus In The City by Adejumoke Adewuyi
In a city beside a splendid valley,
there,a Santa Claus is.
He's dragged with him,
numerous goddies for all.
He sings aloud,
with jingle bells being tolled.
"Merry Christmas to you,natives"
"...

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Categories: christmas, december, seasons,