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Teen Narrative Poems

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


Space and Time
Just for tonight
Let me be on my own.

No looks of
"Are you alright?"
I need my time.

Space is a dear friend.
I rely on their presence.
It's like a...

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Categories: angst, care, introspection, night,



The Lumber Barron's Son
My name is Walter Eddington,
live in Maine with my wife and son,
own a growing timber company
way up north with vast tracts of trees.

My son’s name...

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Categories: age, education, growing up,

Pioneers Without Frontiers
When I was a kid on the bus,
I looked at all that surrounded us,
out the window I always gazed
seeing old fields, half-trees, half-hay,
beyond them rose...

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Categories: childhood, how i feel,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: narrative, change, conflict, courage, death,

The former Double Life Of Matthew Scott Harris
The (former) Double Life Of Matthew Scott Harris

Dove finch he following iniquitous
     licentious, lecherous longing
     extinguished quite
some...

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Categories: grief, hurt, meaningful, memory,

Premium Member Gigantic Adventure of RumbleVoice and Samuel P
Sixteen hundred full moons ago, RumbleVoice, a giant with a mission, and his mighty spy hawk, Samuel P. were up in the Butter Cup Mountains...

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Categories: 4th grade, 5th grade,

A WRINKLE IN TIME
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: wherever you see a (B) inserted in the 
narrative, just do a proper breathing of in and out, pause and then
read...

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Categories: beauty, literature,

Premium Member The Hotel Caretaker
How unparticular the day had particularly been,
On March the third of two-thousand and eighteen,
For the caretaker at an historic Adirondack Inn,
Had lacked company, and therefore,...

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Categories: death, grief, introspection, march,

The Cougar and The Deer
When I was just a little boy
we picnicked under alpine skies,
one time a mule deer strolled out
and fed in the meadow nearby.
Tall, curving antlers rising...

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Categories: age, fear, growing up,

Mimshak
Mimshak*
by
Rick Folker

As the Lord lives, it must be the Lord himself who will strike him, whether the time comes for him to die, or he...

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Categories: murder, violence,

Cocoons Hibernating In Summer
I made a U turn at dusk as dark night creeps  upon me
I tried to catch my breath from the horrible smell that was...

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Categories: america, angel, christian, community,

Premium Member Bitter Pill
She forgot how it feels like to sleep;
dreams only take her back to her past,
which she tries to forget,
repressing them with pot and sleeping pills.
She...

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Categories: abuse, anger, girl, life,

Second City
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Categories: angel, anger, blessing, chicago,

Premium Member A Thousand Times Your Name
While the light is still shining, I take my notepad to the window sill, and with my ink blue pencil write your name and again........

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Categories: boyfriend, happy, love, men,

My Love, My All
The classroom door snapped shut.
Students looked up from their work.
In walked a teen with a red crew cut.

I listened to the sound made by his...

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Categories: love,

Premium Member She wants fast life
A high school graduate sits at a liquor store,
looking at her life sweetly slipping in the hands
of people she calls friends.
Every guy in the street...

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Categories: imagery, life, sad, teen,

Premium Member Freakshow Club
She excitedly entered the house;
dry leaves and grass were fiddling
against each other in the night wind,
from behind her.

As she walked in the house,
the wooden floor...

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Categories: dark, halloween, horror, night,

A Life Changing 'Misdial'

A Life Changing Misdial

One of my favorite poems is Robert Frost’s “Road Not Taken”, which I read for the first time in high school. ...

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Categories: adventure, change, chicago, education,

Great Grand Father
Great Grand Father

Two years ago I sat at our dinning room table and told a short story
To my grand children.   The story was...

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Categories: blessing, childhood, courage, family,

One Sure Kid
Once upon a time there lived a little boy.  Raised amidst poverty and apartheid,
his world was one in which ignorance was hard to beat.

When...

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Categories: birth, black african american,