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Winter Narrative Poems

These Winter Narrative poems are examples of Narrative poems about Winter. These are the best examples of Narrative Winter 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,

Meet On The Upper Floor by Christine Phillips
What would the rich do without the poor?
If there was no poor to clean the floor
What would the rich do without the poor?
If there was...

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Categories: beauty, change, emotions, friendship



One More For The Road by Jonathan French
Once he walked the verdurous trees of life,
a tall and upright equal, alive with credence.
Now, in this persistent winter,
like sneering Gulliver's they gloat,
towering above the...

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Categories: humanity,

A message to the most loveable by Khomotso Charmaine Maribana
A message to the most loveable.

It has always been a journey I've embarked with happiness. Through all cries and smiles,I've been left like a wilted...

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Categories: betrayal,

Premium MemberThe Gift Of A Lifetime by Jack Ellison

Love, love, love, what is love?

This is how I would describe love

When we feel it for the very first time

It's like nothing we've ever felt...

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Categories: love,

SAD SOUL BY: MIGDALIA TORRES RIVERA by Migdalia Torres
SAD SOUL
	By: Migdalia Torres Rivera




The years of mere conflict and pain; were so visible in Ms.Miles face? 

Her sagging skin, her puffy eyelids, her pale...

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Categories: age, art, caregiving, death,

Premium MemberMill Wheel by Dear Heart
The Mill wheel wouldn't turn until the spring,
the workers loaded up all their belongs;
and left for town and to their families,
soon the Mill was quiet...

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Categories: winter,

BRUTUS AND MOONLIGHT by Poetic Judy Emery
BRUTUS AND MOONLIGHT

'' Close your eyes and picture it.Can you see it? ''
I would just nod, eyes closed.
'''Brutus again, what is it you are wanting...

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Categories: conflict, dark, dream, fantasy,

The Battle Of Darkness by Poetic Judy Emery
The Battle Of Darkness

I have myself toiled in sadness of darkness
While searching for freedom
searching for truth; 
I spent many hard cold years
the tears that poured...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, dark, dream,

Premium MemberOLD MAN WINTERS FAMED NORTHERN LIGHTS by Michael E. Harris
SUN SAT DOWN, NITE ROLLED IN,
BRINGING ALONG HIS WHISPERING WINDS.
FROST ARRIVED WITH COLD AND CHILL.
THEY WERE ALL EXCITED, EXPECTING A THRILL.
MOON WAS LIT, BUT STILL...

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Categories: creation, culture, imagination, international,

Premium MemberUncle Eldon by Elaine George
Now that I am old,  I see more clearly through my mind's eye, than I did in my youth, all those special people who...

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Categories: dedication,

The Other Side of Nothing by Steve Zak
There were days I could not breathe without seeing you in my shadow. What demon spirit stole them from us? 

Your sexy laugh would crease...

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Categories: love, love hurts,

My Mother's Anger by Drencho POET
As I entered the house
I met fire
I felt heat
her face turned to flames
her eyes, a flame
I realized her fury
I quivered
as if it was Winter
she was...

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Categories: anger,

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 MemberThe Early Seventies by Frederic Parker
The early seventies was rather interesting
one minute hanging out with a pack of wolves
predators of the night... the next... nine weeks in boot camp
on the...

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Categories: life,

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,

Premium MemberLove waits patiently by Silent One
Oh my beloved,
this life can be confusing.
A plethora of recycled emotions,
sometimes result in false devotions.
Absence wounds with nostalgic reflections.
Secluded souls yearning for old satisfactions.

Oh my...

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Categories: love,

Contend With Me by Christine Phillips
Contend with me while you can 
Contend with me and I will deliver the master plan
Contend with me and I will make you smile
We have...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, birth,

Mortality by Tom Cook
stung by the bitter cold winds
freezing sleet
flesh from the bone
warmth
consumed by the black of night
gazing
upon a white-haired man
dead
frozen
I whimper
who is this white-haired man?
never to know...

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Categories: death, winter,

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,