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Women Narrative Poems

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


The Bramble Rose by Juanita Oosthuizen
In the depths of some divine despair,
the wind stirs softly.
With a prayer from her soul’s deep core –
a plea in awful repose…

A melancholy crack in...

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Categories: beauty, poetess, woman, women,

Mariah of Magdala by Beryl O. Adhiambo
Part IV: FORGIVENESS

“Rabii! Rabii! Rabii!
What suppose you of this woman?
Caught in the act of sin
Our society out cast such
She must be thrashed to the non-living
So...

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Categories: blessing, character, conflict, endurance,



Premium MemberLisa: My Romance by Victor Buhagiar
I sit in front of my brand new computer, flex my hand, and poise my fingers over the keyboard.

It does not take me long to...

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Categories: love, romance, writing,

Premium MemberDudleys Letter Part 6 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 6

For women are not of that strength of mind 
as men be, and cannot carry the burdens 
suited only to men. Her error, then,...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Premium MemberDudleys Letter Part 4 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 4

If now these errors be not enough, 
she claims to prophesy, nay, more than that, 
she claims to know them that are of the...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Premium MemberDudleys LetterPart 3 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 3

She is most obstinate in her opinions 
with a pertinacity that overwhelms 
and confounds the reasonable man. And
she is as bold and arrogant in...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Premium MemberDudleys Letter Part 2 by Maurice Rigoler
Part 2

We must be prudent and proceed, for she 
hath a head that doth excel in knowledge 
of Holy Writ, equal to, if not greater...

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Categories: bible, history, religion,

Him Too, or The Drowning Femenist, Part II by David Welch
...He flipped through the paper he’d bee given,
And saw the name ‘Ms. Karen Mallory,’
his mind reeled again, incredulous,
that was the girl he had saved by...

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Categories: abuse, anger, beach, dark,

Him Too, or The Drowning Femenist, Part I by David Welch
Dylan Carston was a well-off young man,
thanks to a large and health trust fund,
his father was a true Wall Street ace
and had been quite generous...

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Categories: abuse, anger, beach, dark,

IF SEEING IS BELIEVING by Poetic Judy Emery
IF SEEING IS BELIEVING



If seeing from far in my youth, would you believe what I see?
Beneath the old oak tree I see plenty of what...

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Categories: adventure, poems, poetess, voice,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part II by David Welch
...“While I march for justice in our neighborhood,
you were out here running ’round in the woods.
While I protested to bring about change,
you sold out to...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Mariah of Magdala by Beryl O. Adhiambo
Chapter I

Part II: Power and emptynes


Mariah of Magdala!

Opulent woman yet juvenile 

Did your hood bestow you such affluence?

Look how youthful you are

Flawless beauty, Enchanting aroma...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty, body, desire,

Mariah of Magdala by Beryl O. Adhiambo
Part I: Sin

Mariah of Magdala

The cursed one among women

Better that you were not born

The one full of black evil

Queen of prostitutes

None of modest can be...

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Categories: abuse, black love, dark,

9 11 by Lionel Derbyshire
9 11
Of a very sad day of bereavement for the working class ..
when a father right at the top tumbled down for camera sensation and...

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Categories: america, courage, day, hero,

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,

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

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,

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 MemberThe Haunted House by Carolyn Devonshire
Haunted places, haunted lives --
     Who knows the terrors trapped inside?
Out of gas and losing vigor, 
    ...

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Categories: horror,