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Snow Narrative Poems

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


In A Moment
It was a day of gray windy spins and rolls
 howling through the mighty naked oaks
where cold and rain fell to ice laden shiverings
 and...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bird, storm, winter,



Premium Member This Is Part Of My Story
On a snowy Sunday night in the City of Syracuse, NY, as I sit at my computer and write part of my story from the...

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Categories: africa, age, black african

The Trapper and The Brave, Part II
He shrugged and said,”If you’ve no home
I guess you could stay for a while.
But you will have to learn the traps,
and that means many cold...

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Categories: adventure, family, friendship, grandfather,

The Trapper and The Brave, Part I
It was back in nineteen-nineteen
when Timlin Rivers checked his traps,
by one he found just a weasel skin,
did not know what to make of that.

Why would...

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Categories: adventure, family, friendship, grandfather,

Premium Member What Christmas Means To Me
What Christmas Means To Me
By Ruby L. Perry/ rubylperry@gmail.com 
Christmas is a festival of Expressing the Gratitude of what God has brought to us through...

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Categories: beautiful, bible, birth, black

Premium Member Once Upon A Time Snow White - Narrative Style

~Once Upon A Time Snow White~
(Narrative /  Free Verse)
 


Once upon a time
In a far away land
There was a very beautiful  Princess, called...

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Categories: narrative, beautiful, fantasy, kiss, love,

Tamarindo
 Tamarindo 
 
 Rabbit rabbit why are you not jumping 

 Frog frog why are you not jumping 

Monkey monkey why are you not...

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Categories: 8th grade, boat,

A Fair Maiden
	For my eyes have seen a fair maiden.                 ...

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Categories: beautiful, cinderella, dedication, imagination,

Devin's First Deer, Part II
...A gentle squeeze back on the trigger
and the slug shot straight out for its target,
the buck jerked hard, then he bolted away,
for a second Devin...

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Categories: adventure, autumn, family, farm,

Premium Member Sunday Morning
I always remember Sunday Morning as a
Magical time
Between Paradise and a Dream.
Where Worry and Fear Dare Not Intrude…or
Be Forever Lost In Time…
	Ground Hog Day comes,...

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Categories: celebration, forgiveness, freedom, love,

Premium Member Mill Wheel
The Mill wheel wouldn't turn until the spring,
the workers loaded up all their belongs;
and left for town and to their families,
soon the Mill was quiet...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: winter,

The Battle Of Darkness
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 Member OLD MAN WINTERS FAMED NORTHERN LIGHTS
SUN SAT DOWN, NITE ROLLED IN,
BRINGING ALONG HIS WHISPERING WINDS.
FROST ARRIVED WITH COLD AND CHILL.
THEY WERE ALL EXCITED, EXPECTING A THRILL.
MOON WAS LIT, BUT STILL...

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Categories: creation, culture, imagination, international,

Premium Member Approaching Storm
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Categories: life,

Where's my sister
Where’s my sister gone?
The holiday season all wrapped up
A tarnished blanket of snow remains
Flipping the page into the New Year
Filling our thoughts with hope and...

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Categories: family, sister,

Premium Member Mary Worth's Secret
Mary Worth’s Secret

You’ll see her snow white hair
With a bound round bun in the back.
She’s traversing the shopping mall,
Un-noticed now by one and all.

Blue flowered...

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Categories: age, humorous,

And in the End
And in the end, we had become lovers anchored by memories, 
stitched together with random bits and pieces. Two people who had run out of...

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© Steve Zak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: loss, lost love, love,

Black Sunday, 1935
Year five of the Great Depression. 

April 14, 1935 another Sunday of church services praying for
The rain that wasn’t coming.

And the sky turned mean and...

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© Steve Zak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: america, history, weather,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part II
...A big log bounced from way up top,
and before Guy could react
It struck his square across the chest,
up rose a sickening crack.

We sprinted quickly to...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,

Narrative
traces of snow, black earth, roots
of devils hands that grasp at frost,
walls stenciled with cold growth;

a far dog coughs open a winter sunday,
but we are...

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Categories: narrative, anxiety,