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Tree Narrative Poems

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


Large sin small thought by jagdish bajantri
   Large sin small thought 

I love you it's true 
I do care thats also true 
We play in the colors of rise...

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Categories: 10th grade, angel, celebrity,

Premium MemberThose Were Da Days by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Workin' fo’ free from cradle ta grave
Laborin' sunup ta sundown e’eryday,
while Missy and Massa sat in da shade
Those were da days

Us darkies knew where our...

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Categories: nostalgia, perspective, slavery, song,



Devin's First Deer, Part I by David Welch
Devin crunched slowly through the frosted grass
as he made his way down his grandpa’s field,
it was the morning after Thanksgiving
with a chill that was bracing...

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Categories: adventure, autumn, family, farm,

I Defy The Clown by Christine Phillips
I defy the clown that is chasing everyone around
I defy the clown that is closing everything down
I defy the clown and became the biggest talk...

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Categories: angel, appreciation, community, destiny,

Four o Clock by Christine Phillips
Everyone has his four o’clock there is no doubt about that
Everyone has his four o’ clock even if he wears a cowboy’s hat
Everyone has his...

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Categories: autumn, character, community, corruption,

Premium MemberVelociraptor Victims by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Here are the French Connection facts,
Monsieurs and Madames
No need for reverse English translation,
Ladies and Gentlemen

Step carefully ... 
You’re now at the yellow tape border of...

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Categories: allegory, imagery, urban, violence,

Premium MemberMy Five Senses by Carrie Richards
Tonight, the breeze renewed my senses,
as a reminder 
of the place I used to know 

I stepped down from the porch, outside my own thoughts
where...

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Categories: children, memory, nostalgia,

Time Uproot The Rocks by Annie Lander
Home is the word we love to hear:
The dreams are never over,
They are always a break through: after the tears:
An x is lodge in our...

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Categories: america, angst, black african

Premium MemberThe Silence Is Deafening by Marilyn S Jennings
The Silence Was Deafening

The silence in Jerusalem and surrounding areas was
deafening; where just a few hours ago voices were
raised to a fevered pitch!  So...

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Categories: christian, spiritual, true love,

old foundation by RD McManes
amidst the tangle of trumpet vines
young saplings and half rotted stumps
where buffalo grass is near head high
an old stone foundation silently rests

it bore the full...

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Categories: farm, growth, inspiration, nostalgia,

Summer Recollections by Lemuel Griffiths
Summer Recollections
by Lemuel R. Griffiths
25th June, 2,108



Ah., to remember.., 
Whilst in the presence of a majestic tree, 
The single moment of a first-love-kiss-hearts beat.
Ere, the...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, emotions, introspection,

Premium MemberFifty Shades of Black by Freddie Robinson Jr.

What’s the color of forced migration pain?
Ask a black person in America,
and you’ll get fifty different slave answers

What’s the silent sound of invisible chains?
Fifty killahurts...

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Categories: allusion, color, slavery, truth,

Premium MemberMy Tree by Geoffrey Brewer
MY TREE

Beside the Kinta River still it stands
Colossus of the primal forest panoply
The tree a native of the fecund land
It’s limbs support the graceful arcing...

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Categories: nature, tree,

A Bush Walk by Cecilia Crasto
Beneath a hazy blue sky
I walked down a grassy bank
My little dog trotted beside me
Across from us bush land dotted with
Gum trees, Banksia, Wattyl and...

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Categories: animal, nature,

Premium MemberSpirit Shadows of Sadness by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Part Two
San Francisco, California
Melodee’s apartment with a view of the bay

“It’s the month of May. The 29th no less. The number of sorrow for me.”
“Cassaro,...

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Categories: death, depression, may,

Premium MemberElsabob Comes To The Forest by Caren Krutsinger
The forest had enjoyed a magical transformation.
Dusk had ushered in the firefly brigade.
They lit up the pond area like tiny LED lights.
I could see they...

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Categories: animal, fairy, fantasy, friend,

Premium MemberMore On A Theme by Jack Ellison


If a dog is stopped from pooping, is he DEtured?
Has your hair all of a sudden been DEparted?
Donald Duck's pay cheque was once DEducted
To get...

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Categories: humor,

Premium MemberOn My Way to Work by Gary Bateman
On My Way to Work

As usual, I was on my way to work. As I was driving along,
I was already busy thinking about problems and...

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Categories: creation, god, imagery, imagination,

Premium MemberHillbillies Bybillies and Blowbillies by CayCay Jennings
Notta easy grasper – days back I cross ole Jasper
neath the olden ground’s crooket pine tree
and, oh, bless be, things he tole there to me!

He...

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Categories: funny, humorous,

Old Benson, Part II by David Welch
...Utterly stunned, Harvey then poured through
the town’s online photographic archives,
the twenties, fifties, eighties and today
revealed to Harvey the very same sight.

Then for some reason that...

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Categories: history, perspective, philosophy, science,