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Time Narrative Poems

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


Greener Grass

That is what he wanted,, 
A change from where he grew up.
A novelty in his life 
which pleases the eyes
And lures the heart.
What is new...

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Categories: career, childhood, conflict, confusion,



Premium Member GOD Absolutely Loves Color
GOD ABSOLUTELY LOVES COLOR!!!

Have you ever really contemplated the varieties
of colors in flowers, fish, birds, animals even
the beautiful sunsets in the heaven at times?
Then why...

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Categories: appreciation, celebration, christian,

Premium Member We Were Not To Travel This Earth Without HIM
We Were Not Meant To Travel This Earth Without Him

When God created Adam and then Eve, they had a marvelous fellowship and a closeness with...

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Categories: bible, christian, trust,

Mundanity Doth Not Spell Ennui
Nor do I feel free
akin to noble savage 
(gratis to Jean Jacques Rousseau)  
completely unfettered, and able lee
to fend off unseen banshee,
comically swatting for...

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Categories: boy, childhood, confusion, destiny,

Skin Tag fiasco
So I found a small skin tag on my inner thigh a few weeks ago and me being the YouTube king ‘Do it yourself-er’ started...

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Categories: crazy, funny, giggle, hilarious,

Ghosts of the High Rockies, Part II
* * *

The trapper looked for the oddly-dressed man,
but could no longer see him, or his tent.
He glanced around, so supremely confused,
now where the devil...

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Categories: america, confusion, history, imagery,

Ghosts of the High Rockies, Part I
Eamon heard the rocks skitter away,
scree tumbling down with his every step,
descending from towering Mount Gilborne,
to a lake below where he could rest.

He knew a...

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Categories: america, confusion, history, imagery,

Inside The Mysterious Enigmatic Fragmentary
Inside The Mysterious Enigmatic Fragmentary...
Mortal Mind Of Matthew Scott Harris
ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Seedy gobbledygook ergot
visibly argot bubbled, burbled, bustled...forth 
yea...give garbled, jangled, warbled shoutout
if...

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Categories: addiction, age, appreciation, art,

Modern Hunt
Boots crushing frosted grass-blades,
sun still an ember to the east,
clad head-to-toe in blaze orange
as I climb into the tree stand.

Strap myself in, high on this...

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Categories: narrative, america, autumn, dedication, imagery,

A Wrinkle In Time
In a vile discussion of life & repercussions, our smile was just a concussion. In disgust of no justice, our trust was lost without a...

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© Roger Byrd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: depression,

The Eightieth Trimester, Part II
Hux said,"My mother realized
that I was a being apart,
but if you’re all sure I’m a mistake,
then please, come stab me in the heart.”

To ensure that...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

The Eightieth Trimester, Part I
Huxley was in his nineteenth year,
a freshman at a fancy school,
the kind with excesses of ivy,
who claimed they accepted no fools.

The academics were no task,
he’d...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

Premium Member Blue Lady

Blue lady starred as Receptionist
at Grady's up our street.
She'd welcome you as a black or white
and her blue right hand would greet.

Her eyes were violet,...

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© Julia Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mystery,

The New Puritans, Part II
...It was only two days later
when the local catholic high school
was told their team name, the ‘Crusaders,’
was insensitive and uncool.
Protestors showed up to bellow slurs,
and...

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Categories: culture, how i feel,

The New Puritans, Part I
I was playing near a college town,
people pay money to hear my jokes,
when back-clad fools charged upon stage,
at first I thought it was a hoax.
Then...

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Categories: culture, how i feel,

Premium Member This Is Part Of My Story
On a snowy Sunday night in the City of Syracuse, NY, as I sit at my computer and write part of my story from the...

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Categories: africa, age, black african

Premium Member GPS and I Have A Covert Relationship
GPS and I have a covert relationship. She is my operative, I am her mission.
She seeks to get me places I am supposed to be,...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

The Cobbler With The Chocolate Shoes
He worked all day and he worked all night to get each shoe in line 
 people came and people went," how much, can you...

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Categories: cute,

No Judgement Jamie
No Judgement Jamie always was told
that judging others was vile and cold,
all her teachers did proudly attest
that living life without judging was best.

And the media...

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Categories: confusion, culture, death, education,

What happens in the past, stays in the mind
What happens in the past, stays in the mind. 

Sitting on the floor,  pen in hand, a wealth of books surround me, comfortable in my...

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Categories: abortion, abuse, anger, dark,