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Spiritual Narrative Poems

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


The Stench by Christine Phillips
I woke up this morning with courage over my back and wisdom in my hat
I was determined to put an end to the sneaky kangaroo...

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Categories: america, courage, destiny, encouraging,

STILL by Florence McMillian
Still
S – T – I – L – L
Stop, Think, Imagine, Listen, Learn
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Stop to position yourself not to move - Be Still
Think of the thoughts...

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Categories: bible, blessing, dream, god,



I Defy The Clown by Christine Phillips
I defy the clown that is chasing everyone around
I defy the clown that is closing everything down
I defy the clown and became the biggest talk...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, community, destiny,

Friends For Life by mark palmer
Satchels at the ready, two young girls to
School they go, new friends, these sweet dears
Are heaven sent, their zest for lift a spiritual sound,
Without pause...

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Categories: family, feelings, innocence, memory,

The Plot by Christine Phillips
From whence did you come?
With your cherry picking plum?
From whence did you come?
When everything is done?
Which door did you come through?
With your unrealistic deja vu?
Who...

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Categories: betrayal, character, community, corruption,

The Black Man by Michael Barber
The Black Man

Hello to the world of the black man
Holding his roots to a foreign land
Raising issues that are hard to face
Knowing  evils of...

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Categories: africa, black love, character,

The Beauty of a New Birth by Michael Barber
The Beauty of a New Birth
     
There are no comparisons to the birth of a newborn. The joy of the parents...

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Categories: analogy, blessing, devotion, feelings,

Infinity by David Allan
Some people think that their physical uniqueness,
Means the opposite gender has spiritual weakness,
But men and women can’t be the other’s superior,
Different, is all, which does...

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Categories: life, love, philosophy,

Premium MemberThe Silence Is Deafening by Marilyn S Jennings
The Silence Was Deafening

The silence in Jerusalem and surrounding areas was
deafening; where just a few hours ago voices were
raised to a fevered pitch!  So...

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Categories: christian, spiritual, true love,

Angel, Divine by Maria Feliciano
I hear your voice calling out to me. a voice so sweet,
it guides me. To a light that shines, brightly.
An in that light, I can...

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Categories: appreciation, grandmother, spiritual,

Premium MemberAgainst Those Who Discourage Marian Devotion by Jacqueline R. Mendoza
O Sweet Father Christ, do these people have Your spirit?
Do they please You in acting like this?
Does it please You, when for fear of displeasing...

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Categories: bible, christian, mother, religious,

AGYEIWAA THE DONNA by Anderson Walkingshoes
The globe is fed up with stories of breakup,
Turning around everything that sleeps and wakes up.
The good and the bad play games in its arm,
Yesteryear...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, beautiful, beauty,

Premium MemberChoose Wisely by Caren Krutsinger
I need a daddy like that one.
I want that mommy, she will show me how to organize.
That sister would be terrific!
Sorry, they only have room...

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Categories: death, encouraging, spiritual, surreal,

Dear Depression by Nokuthula Lumba
Dear depression.
Hi old friend.
 Greetings to you from myself and writer's block... The two of us have developed quite a bond over the last couple...

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Categories: depression, gospel, spiritual,

Premium MemberAre You Waiting On Him by Marilyn S Jennings
Are You Waiting On HIM?

You who have been given a vision or a promise from the LORD that you are truly looking forward to its...

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Categories: spiritual, wisdom,

Premium MemberOLD MAN WINTERS FAMED NORTHERN LIGHTS by Michael E. Harris
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 MemberThe Bird Brigade Has Been Summoned by Caren Krutsinger
The bird brigade has been summoned.
The empathy princess is down. Completely depleted of all energies, through ridiculously and blatantly giving too much of herself to...

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Categories: encouraging, fairy, fantasy, imagination,

Premium MemberEdith Is Found by Lisle Ryder
At the foot of the stairwell 
face up she lay, knocked, smashed, kicked, 
robbed, disfigured, lifeless so
it seemed, when the police came,
with ambulance attending.

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Categories: caregiving, character, endurance, friendship,

Premium MemberChloe's Vision by Lisle Ryder
A heavy quietness hung 
as I waited with Mum and Dad 
and Chloe.
I professed my sympathy, 
my sorrow.
Their response was emptiness 
unexpressed;
while Chloe, hugged 
her...

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Categories: baby, bereavement, child, grief,

Premium MemberA new mother by Lisle Ryder
Her back to me, she gazed transfixed
at the poplars through the window.
Should I intrude? Then she turned full,
	full of tears.
I'd seen her before, masked and...

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Categories: baby, birth, green, may,