Summer Narrative Poems

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


Wild Flowers by KDawn Friel
The Rancher and His Wife's first Spring sprouted an abundance of wild flowers that expressed the truly hidden beauty of their property with their multitude...

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Categories: beautiful, nature,

Premium MemberUs Canuckys by Jack Ellison


Just because you think you're special
got news for you my peeps all over the globe
us Canuckys have unique stuff too
even in the summer, we walk...

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Categories: home,



The Lizard Man by Christine Phillips
It spread its grizzly legs on the whitewashed wall
Firmly baked in the early summer heat 
Spitting perspiration dripping from the white crisps ceiling
While I cling...

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Categories: business, character, community, dedication,

Premium MemberChampagne Worlds by Maurice Rigoler


Here I sit in front of my computer
holding a fluted glass by its stem, 
thin as a sandpiper’s leg, gazing at, fascinated 
by a swarm...

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Categories: imagination,

Premium MemberUncle Eldon by Elaine George
Now that I am old,  I see more clearly through my mind's eye, than I did in my youth, all those special people who...

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Categories: dedication,

Premium MemberTHE BEST PARTS OF TIME NEVER PASS US BY by jack cooper
Where does time go
When time drifts by so slow
How does one really know
How to stop this ongoing picture show
When days get lost in the haze
How...

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Categories: confidence, deep, encouraging, imagination,

Mercy Miracles, Letter To My Pastor by curtis johnson
Dear Pastor:

Your sermon yesterday triggered memories going back more than 50 years.  
During the Jim Crow years in the South, I was about 12...

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Categories: christian, forgiveness, miracle,

Premium MemberMuscatine,Iowa was my kind of town by Caren Krutsinger
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time....

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Categories: animal, community, fun, funny,

Premium MemberThings Change by Leo Larry Amadore

The first bike I ever owned -- 
when I was ten or eleven --
was a Christmas gift
from a friend.  He was receiving a new...

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Categories: age, best friend, boy,

Premium MemberIn The Middle Of The Night by Caren Krutsinger
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time....

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

The Ghosts Behind the Graves on Omaha Beach by Steve Zak
They were young then, now they would be old men looking across an empty beach, the sun at their back; for many this would be...

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Categories: death, dedication, hero, history,

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,

Old Camp Seven, Part I by David Welch
I was out walking on a trek
through forested Adirondack hills,
looking for a good place to camp,
to drop my pack and just chill.

It was a weekend...

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Categories: confusion, history, lost, mystery,

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 MemberPART TWO- Gunshot Wound to the Heart- a short story from my Memoir - A journey of Roses and Thorns by Elaine George
It was a hot summer day.  Harry had stopped by Grandma's house and offered to take the two little girls down to the store...

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Categories: nostalgia,

Premium MemberGod with us by Joe Maverick
In the Last days of January 2016 father Antony was wondering where he could find a person or persons who would be able to clear...

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Categories: god,

Winter's Breath by Brian Byrne
This is my blank page; this is my manifesto.
As time continues to draw away years from my time here, I sit and I ponder what...

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Categories: beautiful, body, conflict, life,

Premium MemberDawn of the Cybernetic Age by Michael Sender
Winter Solstice Heralds Cyber Age

Summer Solstice has the longest day and the shortest night

Winter Solstice has the shortest day and the longest night

Mid Winter Night's...

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Categories: dream, fantasy, god, heaven,

Premium MemberOUR HOME by Judy Emery
OUR HOME

Our old  home of love 
Now lay in the landscape of gray
where it seems to always rain 
It was a cold an very...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, divorce, emotions,

Premium MemberSuddenly by Judy Emery
Suddenly 

Passionless bodies with pointless little limbs 
Of love could be the flaunt of what lips could 
Feel like once they have been kissed 
Your...

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Categories: angel, betrayal, dream, fantasy,