Song Narrative Poems

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


Premium MemberA Real Class Act by Jack Ellison

Okay, time for a chuckle and have I got a good one

Wife Cathie, VP son Scottie and I went to a garage sale on Saturday

Along...

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Categories: hilarious,

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,



Melodies by Ally Marcella
Walking past your building
Music notes floated on the wind
Surrounding everything in gold gilding
But, without a voice, no words penned

Haunting melodies whispered for attention
'You hear us,...

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Categories: beauty, creation, music,

He Flew Again by Cecilia Crasto
All summer long it sang a song of joy
Awaking me with heavenly sounds
Onset of winter and it flew to warmer climes
With a sad heart I...

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Categories: bird, sad, seasons,

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,

Johnny and the Wendigo, Part II by David Welch
...Johnny just shrugged, took out his Bowie knife,
and started carving off meat for a meal.
He built a fire and roasted back-strap,
it tasted strangely like pork,...

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Categories: character, horror, humorous, lost,

The Ritual by Robert Fox
Oh my darling, a white picket fence,
Oh my darling, a polite cricket wench,
In my face, you can't see, my soul.

Oh, my darling, oh, my darling,...

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Categories: betrayal, community, fantasy, hurt,

Premium MemberPlease Do Not Disturb by Amy Sell
On a sunny morning in September 1984
My mom’s best friend Linda drove to the grocery store
With her four-year-old daughter Becky in tow
Listening to the radio,...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, car, emotions,

The Song of Storms by Kyla Toth
 Whistle, rumble, tap, tap, tap 
 The song of storms is like no other 

 The wind whistles a quiet tune, 
 Caresses your...

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Categories: earth, imagery, nature, onomatopoeia,

A Bush Walk by Cecilia Crasto
Beneath a hazy blue sky
I walked down a grassy bank
My little dog trotted beside me
Across from us bush land dotted with
Gum trees, Banksia, Wattyl and...

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Categories: animal, nature,

The Lizard Man by Christine Phillips
It spread its grizzly legs on the whitewashed wall
Firmly baked in the early summer heat 
Spitting perspiration dripping from the white crisps ceiling
While I cling...

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Categories: business, character, community, dedication,

Premium MemberYvonne's Swan Song by Mark Toney
Yvonne was very, very, very happy.
She loved her mother.
She loved her brother Phillip.
And she loved swans.
Oh, did she ever love swans!

She loved the way they...

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Categories: anti bullying, bullying, children,

Why do lovebirds cry by RONELO COLLAMAR
Why do lovebirds cry?
By: Ronelo Collamar
Two lovebirds bade goodbye
Amidst situations of hopelessness
Tearing each other's lucky day
All of a sudden, both were in dismay.
Beau's song was...

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Categories: bird, emotions, lonely, loss,

Premium MemberThe Hotel Caretaker by Brendan J. Simons
How unparticular the day had particularly been,
On March the third of two-thousand and eighteen,
For the caretaker at an historic Adirondack Inn,
Had lacked company, and therefore,...

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Categories: death, grief, introspection, march,

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,

Premium MemberLove is invisible by Silent One
Love is invisible
an undetectable secret weapon.
Some use it naturally
others for their advantage,
manipulating it like a weapon
intoxicating the vulnerable
with their twisted toxic methods.

Once mastered though
there is...

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Categories: love,

My Day Part 1 continued in Part 2 by Christine Phillips
The rest of this poem continued in Part 2
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I had to get out from behind the wall so that my spirit could grow tall
I had...

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Categories: adventure, america, community, courage,

Premium MemberVisitor Finale - with Maria Williams by July Morning
The Story so far…

Makani (The Rising Wind), a beautiful extra-terrestrial researcher is sent to a remote island to observe earth. She finds Sam, a shipwrecked...

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Categories: fantasy, love,

Premium MemberVisitor Finale - A collaboration with July Morning by Maria Williams
The Story so far…
Makani (The Rising Wind), a beautiful extra-terrestrial researcher is sent to a remote island to observe earth. She finds Sam, a shipwrecked...

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Categories: adventure, romance, science fiction,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part I by David Welch
Back in nineteen hundred and three
I working with a logging crew,
cutting and limbing mighty trees,
be they hemlock, pine, or spruce.

We worked for the Nowell Paper...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,