Spring Narrative Poems

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


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,

The Market Place by Christine Phillips
I have been trying to pen this verse for the past two weeks but
Someone was standing in my way and my mind went astray
Can’t you...

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Categories: change, character, courage, environment,



Gaia by Therese Pace



How can we disregard her?
Lineage makes her  organic. 
Fountain of life.
Primordial deity
with regeneration folded in her girth.

Feminine, she connects
‘now’ with ‘then’
by the seed
of rebirth.
Nature...

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Categories: earth, environment, eulogy,

Easter Joy by Florence McMillian
           Easter Joy

The joy of Easter
Is found within
It started way back
When Christ had risen

Now each...

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Categories: christian, easter, jesus, joy,

Anticipation by Maxie Macdonald
Anticipation

 
This morning the sky was bright red
Before turning to a dirty milk
The air is still
The heat is intense and dry
You can hear the leaves...

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Categories: bible, christian, faith,

Selfless act by fauxcroft wade
He saw day to day sadness and longing for love in her eyes

And although she knew he loved her it was not the right kind

That...

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Categories: appreciation, desire, love, sad,

Sleep paralysis by fauxcroft wade
Mankind is suffering from sleep paralysis
Deep within the mind
Living through a dream state
To reality they are blind
Still but somehow moving
Like puppets on a string
They need...

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Categories: corruption, dream, sleep, war,

We peservered by happiness mkhwanazi
We created love with warmth 
Dongas and forests felt it
I heard a polite voice of love 
Its said we peservered 

We created love beautifully, it...

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Categories: happiness, 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,

Meet Me At the Square by Christine Phillips
Meet me at the square
That is what I continue to hear
Meet me at the square before the close of the year
I know that your calendar...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, business, change,

Premium MemberLove waits patiently by Silent One
Oh my beloved,
this life can be confusing.
A plethora of recycled emotions,
sometimes result in false devotions.
Absence wounds with nostalgic reflections.
Secluded souls yearning for old satisfactions.

Oh my...

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Categories: love,

Contend With Me by Christine Phillips
Contend with me while you can 
Contend with me and I will deliver the master plan
Contend with me and I will make you smile
We have...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, birth,

Premium MemberLove Is Life Itself by Jack Ellison


Love is in the air
One can tell by the fields of clover
That adorns the hillside
The scent of jasmine, the taste of honey
We only need stop...

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Categories: passion,

Premium MemberA Chair and Music by Sunlite Wanter
A Chair and Music

How deep in pain I met the day,
Yesterday’s old emotions had gone into play,
To top the mood, the skies were gray,
My mind...

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Categories: perspective,

A WINDOW BY THE WOODS by Amar Agarwala
	
The little window that overlooks
Those wild wooded acres beyond it
Has now a flimsy layer of mist 
Upon its translucent glass panes
And whiter seem the snow...

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Categories: nature, winter,

For Honor, Part I by David Welch
I.
Carter Gray was a retired marine,
who’d done two tours in Afghanistan,
discharged at thirty, he moved to Utah
to raise cattle on a big spread of land.

He’d...

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Categories: evil, faith, family, father

Come by the Hanging Tree by Ruben Alejandro Hernandez Diaz
Come walk to the Hanging Tree,
So tall and green that any could see;
The maiden sailed through the sea,
In order to look for the Hanging Tree;
She...

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Categories: adventure, dream, image, imagination,

Stinging Nettle by Janaki Mahendran


The first among to wake up in the Spring 
The award winner, comes with a sting
Stinging Nettle pubescent and green
Cannot touch the super herbal queen

Urtica...

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Categories: nature,

The Forest by Rebecca Frank
As I entered the forest 
My feet gained an uncanny rhythm
Crunching below the surface of a hundred years
The snow intermittently tracing the way

It was a...

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Categories: appreciation, deep, devotion, family,

Premium MemberA Conversation by July Morning
Seen.  Heard.

Two mice walk into a bar...

"Hey barkeep (a tomcat), whiskey, neat, and one for my pal."

(First mouse - Leo) "Geezy weezy did I...

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Categories: funny,