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.


Love and Hunting, Part II by David Welch
“Thank God I despise you,”I declared,
“or I’d want to hear more of that!”
She roared,”I’d tell you of his safaris,
if you weren’t so annoying and bad!”

Said...

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Categories: humorous, love, lust, nature,

Love and Hunting, Part I by David Welch
I was moving down an access trail
in my favorite Pennsylvania game land,
heading towards and open meadow,
near which I’d set up a tree stand.

Then came a...

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Categories: humorous, love, lust, nature,



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 MemberNOVEMBER ELEVENTH by Elaine George
Yes! I am here, sweetheart,  beneath our beautiful oak tree. Autumn leaves, like burning embers, fall from its canopy and float to the ground....

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Categories: death, i love you,

The Saving of Joel Claughtrey, Part IV by David Welch
Dale fell to the ground, shot through the chest,
in shock as Joel paced on up to him,
his last words were “Why?  Why did you...

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Categories: adventure, family, father son,

The Mountain Goat by Christine Phillips
The noise aboard the motor boat reminds me that I was not alone
The high perspiration smell from the young couple sitting beside me
caused me to...

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Categories: angel, courage, creation, friendship,

They're Killing Some Guy by Timothy McGuire
It’s happening right now on the town square,
I just came from there,
It was a terrible sight to see,
They’re nailing some guy to a tree.

It looks...

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Categories: christian, faith, inspirational, jesus,

Bloody Oriskany, Part I by David Welch
In seventeen seventy-seven,
amidst the deep summer’s August heat,
Barry St. Leger, loyalist milita,
and the Iroquois walked on sore feet.

Their mission was clear: move down the Mohawk,
meet...

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Categories: america, conflict, freedom, hero,

Premium MemberHolly by rob carmack
As she walked across the sand,
receding waves made graffiti
out of the footsteps of a Valkyrie.
An ocean’s city let go of her hand
as we passed under...

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Categories: first love, lost love,

The Market Place by Christine Phillips
I have been trying to pen this verse for the past two weeks but
Someone was standing in my way and my mind went astray
Can’t you...

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Categories: change, character, courage, environment,

Premium MemberAnkle Bracelets by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Clink-clink
Black panther eyes peering 
thru the concrete canopy
What do they see in the blood-smoke midnight air ... 
safari sound waves shocking,
moving the ghetto leaves
What do...

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Categories: culture, metaphor, slavery, truth,

Premium MemberPassion in Black and White by Maria Williams
POTD 7th Mar 2018

I trust you like the music video clip which enhances the poem

Like dark molten honey caressing her tongue
and soul food for taste...

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Categories: romantic, sensual, sexy,

My Day Part 2 continued From Part 1 by Christine Phillips
Continued  From My Day Part1
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Just as I thought of it a little old woman stumbled up beside me and greeted me with a funny...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, blessing,

My Day Part 1 continued in Part 2 by Christine Phillips
The rest of this poem continued in Part 2
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I had to get out from behind the wall so that my spirit could grow tall
I had...

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Categories: adventure, america, community, courage,

Odyssey from Africa 14e by Phil Salmon
CHapter 14 King Ptoleny the 2nd (cont.)

Thus they charted weather systems 
Grey depressions bringing rainclouds,
Towering dark cumulonimbus,
Or the violent storms and cyclones
 
And in turn...

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Categories: adventure, africa, animal, environment,

Premium MemberOn My Mother Passing by Maurice Yvonne

ON MY MOTHER’S PASSING

i wanted to keep my mother physically with me
but it would be like trying to hold the sun
like in life she still...

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Categories: cheer up, mother, mother

Premium MemberToms story by Joe Maverick
It was promising to be a cloudy grey day if things held up' still what can you expect in England in Janruary Tom reasoned, he...

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Categories: god,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part II by David Welch
...A big log bounced from way up top,
and before Guy could react
It struck his square across the chest,
up rose a sickening crack.

We sprinted quickly to...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part I by David Welch
Back in nineteen hundred and three
I working with a logging crew,
cutting and limbing mighty trees,
be they hemlock, pine, or spruce.

We worked for the Nowell Paper...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,

Premium MemberPART ONE - A Gunshot Wound to the Heat - A short story from my memoir by Elaine George
GUNSHOT WOUND TO THE HEART 


From a two-room schoolhouse high on a hill over the Fundy Bay, I sat at an old wooden desk daydreaming....

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Categories: nostalgia,