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Sympathy Narrative Poems

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


Idol Of Insecurity by Roger Byrd
So eerie, I was fearing I was in the pity of envy & that wasn't me to need something that meant nothing... My eyes are...

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Categories: depression,

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 QUEST by Lemayian Leksat
None keeps its inventory
But it creeps into a story
A story of a modern society
Which is plural in nature;
Partly of a rural nurture
Partly of an urban...

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Categories: africa, betrayal, community, conflict,

Oh God let me know one thing by Anushruti Singh
Oh! God let me know one thing
Why you have made a difference within
Rich,medium and poor one?
Though they are your sons.


Having eyes, ears, tongue, skin, and...

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Categories: creation, deep, emotions, god,

The Abandon Farm by Christine Phillips
I have always wanted something wonderful out of life
But my mother said there is always a price
It has nothing to do with land, money or...

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Categories: betrayal, change, corruption, destiny,

I PITY MYSELF by reagan musore
Moments when you are a victim....
Of nothing else....
But doing the opposite of what you know is right....
Or doing wrong yet you know it's wrong..
Making life...

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Categories: betrayal, confusion, sympathy,

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,

Premium MemberChloe's Vision by Lisle Ryder
A heavy quietness hung 
as I waited with Mum and Dad 
and Chloe.
I professed my sympathy, 
my sorrow.
Their response was emptiness 
unexpressed;
while Chloe, hugged 
her...

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Categories: baby, bereavement, child, grief,

Stuck in a rut by Beryl O. Adhiambo
We’ve created life that makes us see each other indifferently
In your world, I am an intruder while in mine, you are the coarseness. 
Making conflicts...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, desire, emotions,

Babylonian Anthem by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Thou, O king, hast made a decree, 
that every man that shall hear the
sound of the cornet, flute, harp,
sackbut, psaltery, and dulcimer, 
and all kinds...

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Categories: bible, patriotic, religious, truth,

SICK BED by Judy Emery
SICK BED

Feeling alone, scared 
You are never are around 
you are always uptown 
playing around 
deep despair
with no care 
You walked around like a king
telling...

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Categories: angel, dream, emotions, storm,

GONE TOO SOON by Adeniji Toluwalope Gideon
All alone in a bush downstream
Where not a soul was likely to dwell
Pinned against the green grasses, a young girl
Injecting her ruthlessly, a cruel hunk
At...

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Categories: abuse, child abuse, pain,

Trip to Staples by Reason A. Poteet
Wizened old person that I am,
wading through the horde 
of clerks at Staples, I loiter a bit
trying to recall the cartridge number I need. 
Too...

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Categories: anxiety, memory,

THE SILENT HOUR by Oliver Muchuma
Whittle a stick down the silent water
by the river side a confused chapter
caught in cross-hairs the trees were humming
turning twigs as leaves were turning

meet he...

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Categories: bullying, hate, silence, sin,

where do i go by Damilola Muyideen
 WHERE DO I GO?

My trails, worn by travails
I was born in a cornerstone
close to the rail.
I grew up not missing the
dances in the rain.
For...

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Categories: confusion, hope, sympathy,

Babies' Earth by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
When babies first appeared
they talked too much
played too much
and they lost voice
legs became weak
tongue, lips became heavy
and could only mime 
could only say  funny...

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Categories: allegory, baby, wisdom,

At the Cross Roads by Curtis Forsythe
While stopped for some fast food and self-serve gas-
I saw her watching me watching her.
She was young- her late teens I guessed.  
I did...

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Categories: allegory, angst, symbolism, sympathy,

DEAR AMERICA by PHIONAH RENITAH
DEAR AMERICA 

I might be naïve of your ways
But your decision killed me
I might fight to be there
Yet you won’t let me be
But when I...

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Categories: anxiety, lost, sad, scary,

My Baby Sister by Florence McMillian
My Baby Sister

My baby sister, Karrean
Went home to eternity
Her soul is with our Lord
To share His full serenity

For siblings we were all close
Our childhood was...

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Categories: angel, blessing, death, emotions,

A Stones Throw- By Elma Mitchell: prostitute's response by Sedain Sangster
You think this is the way I wanted to live,
I’ve been through a lot and yes I have
Sinned,
But tell me are you perfect?
Tell me you...

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Categories: abuse, emotions, forgiveness, hate,