Stress Narrative Poems

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


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,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part II by David Welch
The things they screamed at poor Laura
enraged Owen, and made his blood boil,
to harass a widow who’d lost everything…
Was there nothing left they would not...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,



Discount by Zachary Gilstrap
The industrial hull of the SUV 
Sways with the slightest wind taps 
And pothole shoves. Popeye’s signs, 
Golden shell displays, the lingering smell 
Of Premium-grade...

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Categories: night,

No Sleep by Drencho POET
Hectic thoughts
the mind is like a mall
up and down are ideas
busy shopping
although no money 
but tears are packed in the wallet
no payment
no sleep.

Drencho POET Loads
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Categories: stress,

I'm in Prison by Drencho POET
I'm In Prison 

Who can help ?
I am in prison
I am arrested, 
Unfree
I am driven by my emotions
Abused by my feelings
So sad
I cannot find peace...

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Categories: sin,

The Strongest Woman, Part II by David Welch
...She said,”I need to talk about something,
that for a long while has bothered me.
For the first time in all of my life,
I do not know...

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Categories: angst, children, life, strength,

The Strongest Woman, Part I by David Welch
The strongest woman that I ever saw
was born thirty-four years ago,
to loving parents who doted on her,
told he of the great places she’d go.

She was...

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Categories: angst, children, life, strength,

People Think I'm Insane When I'm in Pain by Drencho POET
People Think I'm Insane
When I'm in Pain 

Can I tell you a long story 
or you will say "no, sorry"
at times I think of suicide
but...

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Categories: pain,

Premium MemberA Poet Cursed by Denis Barter

It’s an enduring strain,
	and a constant fight,
to remain focussed,
	when failing sight,
defeats my writing
	of poetic lines!
Frustration oft rules,
	when I see few signs,
of what I’ve written,
	for all...

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Categories: health, stress,

Premium MemberOnce Upon a Christmas 1954 - Part One by Elaine George
Each year as Christmas rolls around, as I buckle under the pressure and stress of shopping for gifts for people that already  have everything,...

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Categories: christmas, nostalgia,

Premium MemberEMPTY by Judy Emery
EMPTY

It's so cold in this darken world
Silence is a big part of my life
Oh, I don't want to cry
I can't handle any more pain
I'm homeless...

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Categories: abuse, childhood, memory, pain,

Regrets by Drencho POET
Regrets 

Solution no more
loss
stress rules the head
failure
unsuccessful decision
bad choice
dangerous path
wrong lane
unhealthy thoughts
pressing situation.

Drencho POET Loads...

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Categories: stress,

Premium MemberMY FICTION WRITINGS by Judy Emery
MY FICTION WRITINGS

I seen the hate in their eyes
while they walk on by 
they act as if they prodict 
what it is I feel inside
they...

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Categories: fantasy, voice, writing,

Lightless Night by Drencho POET
Lightless Night

a struggle of dreams 
night 
without light
brightness is as scarce as water in the desert
pain rules
tress domintes
sorrowful contemplation
bitter meditation
lightless night.

Drencho POET Loads 
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Categories: stress,

Premium MemberNobody Told Me Anything by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Nobody from command radioed me,
nobody sent an encrypted sat signal thru
My superiors data downloaded me nothing,
I received not one order on what next to do
Lowly...

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Categories: dark, psychological, stress, war,

Regrets by Drencho POET
Regrets

a stressful moment to recall
events
of poor decisiveness
bad choice
gainless
fruitless
bad and sad.

Regrets.

Drencho POET Loads....

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Categories: stress,

Hectic Mind by Drencho POET
Hectic Mind

Like a weekend
no end
hectic like a busy-business road
up and down
caotic
loaded mind like a full dust bin
hardly unloaded
slow motion
rules the emotion
struggle
hustle
like a mother-bird
food, providing for...

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Categories: depression,

Magic by Aarav Gupta
Everybody believes in magic , isn't it ?
You would if you aren't barren with wit ,
Something which excites me to take up the risk ,
Proved...

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Categories: encouraging, fate, happiness, introspection,

Premium MemberMY MIND HOLD SECRETS by Judy Emery
MY MIND HOLD SECRETS

My mind hold secretes of an ancient time
where lovers or haters try so hard to read what
they hunger to find what it...

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Categories: heart, humorous, journey, memory,

Jack and Jill by Wayne Mac
Friends of mine called Jack & Jill for years had lived  in tally.
There were ups & downs, laughs & frowns but I always believed they...

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Categories: humor, humorous, murder,