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Star Narrative Poems

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


Bulletproof Vest Palpitations by Freddie Robinson Jr.

It’s Faint Paddies Day
everyday,
from my oxy scarce commuter view

At this Rocky Mountain skin altitude,
death is always on the dispatch menu

Faint Paddies 
be sweating onion fear...

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Categories: fear, society, truth, wisdom,

The Stupid Soldier by Christine Phillips
I cannot stop laughing at the soldier acting
I cannot stop laughing at the soldier gasping
Every time I turned around he is looking on the ground
Hiding...

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Categories: angel, confidence, desire, encouraging,



Rattling Rim Shot by Freddie Robinson Jr.

So you took your best shot,
but sadly it rimmed out
Rocket swish arc reached for the brightest star ... 
only to receive 
a missed blastoff launch...

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Categories: lost love, metaphor, slam,

Rose to remember by jagdish bajantri
Rose to remember 

Don't I go far from my distance because for a journey we have to sart 

Burn under the moon in a sharp...

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Categories: 8th grade, heart,

Jarheads in a Pickle by Freddie Robinson Jr.

War ain’t a kosher thing
The killing of innocent human beings
was never FDA approved
(From Da Almighty)

Ebenezer fiscals’ hands be closed tighty
	to the citizen poor
But they openly...

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Categories: soldier, truth, violence, war,

The Dinner Table by Vipin Pratap
She lit the candles 
With all the light
She had in her eyes.
She put the flowers in the vase
The freshest of all.
Food and deserts on the...

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Categories: faith, lost love, love,

Off-Key by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Francis Scott Key ...
a song provocateur, who spoke
most ungentlemanly

Scott “Don’t set ‘em Free” 
had to be 
the most rabid racist
you never wanted to meet

Francis the...

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Categories: perspective, slavery, truth, wisdom,

Our Love by Sithembele Mlenzana
You smiled, I also did.
I winked at you, you smiled again.
I saw a star upon me,
Shining bright like a Diamond.

I fell for you, and you...

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Categories: love, memory, relationship,

Odyssey from Africa 16b by Phil Salmon
16b Stargazing 

Here they filed into a hallway
Into almost total darkness
Just a pair of flick’ring candles
Led them to an inner circle
 
At its center was...

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Categories: adventure, africa, animal, history,

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,

Deadbeat Side by Freddie Robinson Jr.
O Aphrodite,
Grecian fertility goddess
Matriarch idol of the womb,
your wise children love not reproducing
— Ancient Zion chant
heard in the echo chambers
of the caverns along the Aegean...

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Categories: perspective, religious, truth, wisdom,

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 MemberThe Heart of a POET Speaks - Part 5 by HGarvey Daniel Esquire
Dear POETESSES and POETS of POETRY SOUP; I plead of You not to tell my Host I am speaking with You. It has been a...

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Categories: endurance, first love, grief,

Dobbie by Jimmi Canada
Being high:

On information,
a good dream,
or even a phase of one,

Wishing upon a star to save your soul,

Seeing both the best and worst of things, and...

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Categories: city, earth, emotions, international,

Premium MemberIn A Word, Miscommunication by Carol Connell
The old woman shuffled slowly into the small kitchen. Today was a special day. It was her wedding anniversary. While bending over to pull out...

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Categories: anniversary, confusion, humor, husband,

Premium MemberAnonymously Sold by Gershon Wolf
It happened back in time, quite a long way,
Back in the day, as they today like to say:
An era when most donations to yeshivas** ...

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Categories: appreciation, education, how i

LIFE OF ART by Rouna Kyle
I see you as a priceless treasure, you are as important as oxygen too me, and special like the yellow rose I have no ideal...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Blue Moon by Michelle Rensburg
Blue Moon


The sky, a great banner
Rockets of a long forgotten land
Never reaching a destination.


Constellations
Distant, yet calling 
"Remember us and what we used to be..."
Silent whispering
Traveling...

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Categories: appreciation, metaphor, miracle, night,

Premium MemberTime Will Tell by Geoffrey Brewer
TIME WILL TELL

A modest planet and quietly progressing
Troubling no other and fealty confessing
 Surviving well enough and paying its dues;
 Quiet corner of the galaxy....

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Categories: science fiction,

Ankle Bracelets by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Clink-clink
Black panther eyes peering 
thru the concrete canopy
What do they see in the blood-smoke midnight air ... 
safari sound waves shocking,
moving the ghetto leaves
What do...

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Categories: culture, metaphor, slavery, truth,