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Water Narrative Poems

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


JUST TOO LATE by Sidney Beck
JUST    TOO    LATE

Five  past five
Sign across the glass door states “Closed”.

At the adjacent store I had just left,
There...

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Categories: life, old, seasons,

THE ISLAND OF PEACE meditation by Pixie Dust

You are alone on a deserted island that has been filled with overgrown fruit 
and bare essentials.  The water is so clear you can...

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Categories: memory,



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,

The Peasants Truck by Christine Phillips
Everybody moved out of the country to get a taste of the shining city
Ripe banana, ripe plums, are perishing in Uncle Sam’s broiling sun
I cannot...

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Categories: angel, blessing, business, character,

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,

Until all my sons come home by Anastasia Stewart
Until all my sons come home the birds will not know how to sing.
the sky will be grey and the trees without leaves
hearts will weigh...

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Categories: dark, death, destiny, growth,

Dreams are Angels kisses by Maxie Macdonald
Dreams are Angels kisses


A wet mist in the morning as the sun comes up
The leaves of the plants shimmering with anticipation of the sun
Dew drops...

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Categories: dream,

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,

The Loneliest Place To Die by Jonathan French
Alone, naked, no life jacket, no hope,
treading water on the vast Pacific.
Drifting flotsam with thoughts;
nothing to feel but his own form
and shrivelling, salty-liquid apparel.
He could...

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Categories: death, loneliness,

Let The Drums Speak by Christine Phillips
Listen the drums are rumbling and the pots are bubbling
Listen, the drums are rolling and pretty girls are dancing
Listen the drums are speaking and my...

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Categories: africa, age, business, education,

Unleashed by Christine Phillips
I got up this morning in a good mood 
searching for solitude in the distant skies
And watching the clouds rolling by
I stopped and listened to...

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Categories: appreciation, confidence, future, happy,

The amok of Pedro by Robinson Cavalcanti by Rafael Higino
Pedro, the traitor of Jesus Christ
This man, if he could be called a man
Killed 12 followers of Christ
Like a crazed Wolfman

Pedro firstly meet with Christ...

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Categories: murder,

July Bride by Christine Phillips
I was so anxious to get away but I did not realize what was on the way
I got a standing ticket because all the tickets...

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Categories: betrayal, endurance, environment, friendship

Best Laid Plans by Keith Peterson
Left my computer on 
Grabbed the keys off my desk
Packed up the RV
And we headed out West

We grabbed some snacks
Toys, clothes and some cash
turned out...

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Categories: adventure, car, child, family,

Premium MemberChildhood Inequality In School by Caren Krutsinger
Some children come into the school building dancing, singing, hopping, bursting with uninhibited glee.
They exchange giddy, happy stories about their day at the mall, dropping...

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Categories: child, child abuse, children,

Dealing With Kaiju by David Welch
My name is Nolan Greenstier,
and I fly a B-52,
on my daily ocean patrol
keeping lookout for the Kaiju.

I know this sounds ridiculous,
like some B-movie from back...

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Categories: fun, humorous, jobs, military,

Premium MemberAbandon by Richard Lamoureux
I wish to live with true abandon
experiencing things more at random
Just like the first man Adam
drinking clean water
living with nature in tandem

Garden freedom body exposed
Unconcerned...

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Categories: beach, beautiful, celebration, encouraging,

Premium MemberThe Ghost of Boggy Creek by John Gondolf
Long ago when I was younger, yearn for knowledge I did hunger,
heard about a rumor going ‘round.
Twas a legend told for ages, passed along as...

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Categories: dark, horror, scary,

Cup of Tea by RD McManes
Sometimes I drink tea to remember
fingertips crushing the dried leaves.
I never measure the amount,
adding pinches as I feel the need. 

I let the kettle whistle,
moments...

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Categories: imagery, remember,

Premium MemberWhat's For Din-Din by Jack Ellison

In the heat of a passionate encounter

Do you ever stop and think

“Wonder what's for din-din?”

Seems all our thoughts and energy

Are devoted to the task at...

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Categories: joy,