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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.


The angel of death is he who haunts me in all my dreams.
He walks around the accursed of this dark castle.
Eyes are...

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Categories: betrayal, dark, dream, imagery,

Premium Member Reclamation of Number 21
Fiction by Charles
Just prior to the end of the civil war, there were nearly 6000 men who were not accounted for but assumed to be...

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Categories: inspirational,

Premium Member Dreading My Return To Work
I was dreading my return to work. There would be a multitude of questions
especially by that sod, Riley. He and I had never gotten along;...

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Categories: death, death of a

Better Off A Cowboy, Part II
..But despite his words, Dylan had the skills,
made friends with the hands, kept up on his bills,
and his college learning helped with the books,
squeezed out...

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Categories: narrative, change, growing up, growth,

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,

Premium Member What Christmas Means To Me
What Christmas Means To Me
By Ruby L. Perry/ 
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

The Son of Tyrants, Part II
Reporters swarmed, the rabid jackals,
around my house they made a big crowd,
even harassed my poor old mother
to the point she could barely go out.

I growled...

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Categories: america, change, dark, family,

The long wait
I wait for my love
Looking at the building for the tenth time 
She sighs, then snicker to herself
In expectation of the million surprises  
life and...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, grief, lonely,

Revenge of the Leaves
Revenge of the Leaves 

They all came together in one place 
Each with each and all with all 
They said their piece 
From early Spring...

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Categories: assonance,

A MOMENT OF PEACE meditation


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Categories: assonance,

Premium Member A Lone Gunslinger
Idyllic country setting, from somewhere in the past
   Imagine an expanse of rich green grass
Running up to a fence, fronting a proud red...

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Categories: death, horse, memory, myth,

Premium Member My Brush With An Icon
Jackie Robinson and I go way way back
To the spring of nineteen forty-six
A Montreal ballpark on an April afternoon
The day the world was transfixed

The color...

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Categories: memory,

Trampoline troubles
I decided to have an Andy Griffith moment with Tyler and Violet last night and brought them outside to check out the once every century...

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Categories: animal, child, dad, father

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

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Categories: beautiful, cinderella, dedication, imagination,

Mariah of Magdala
Chapter I

Part II: Power and emptynes

Mariah of Magdala!

Opulent woman yet juvenile 

Did your hood bestow you such affluence?

Look how youthful you are

Flawless beauty, Enchanting aroma...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty, body, desire,

This Is Where The Money Is
I circled around the park three times and continue journeying towards the west
On my first cycle I met a couple sitting on the corner watching...

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Categories: betrayal, corruption, education, endurance,

Colors Of Land And Life
In the colorful region of America where I was born and raised, the colors           ...

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Categories: america, color, earth, people,

I got up this morning in a good mood 
searching for solitude in the distant skies
And watching the clouds rolling by
I stopped and listened to...

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Categories: appreciation, confidence, future, happy,

Trawl Tale Of A Fictitious Seaman
(scoured from dregs of me muss held head)

I shore up a vignette to free 
my ("FAKE") grandfather Hymie,
whose scrunched countenanced 
evinced beetle that of browed...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

her flowers
she tried her hand at gardening
but failed in the attempt
plants grew lush and green
but the flowers 
never bloomed

the years were hard and lean
but, there was...

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Categories: dream, flower, heaven,