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Work Narrative Poems

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


Carmena the American, Part II by David Welch
...By now Carmena’s anger had built up,
and she glared searing flames at her ‘friend,’
said,”You shut you damn mouth and listen close,
everything you just said does...

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Categories: america, culture, discrimination, freedom,

The Change, Part III by David Welch
The third time I was just thirty,
had a girlfriend, red-hot pretty,
my twenties had been a fine time,
but permanence was on my mind.
She had moved into...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,



The Change, Part II by David Welch
The second time was three years later,
when my cousin called me ‘hater,’
she had gone and got pregnant, see,
despite only being eighteen.
The father had, of course,...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

The Change, Part I by David Welch
I know that it struck me as strange
the moment I first felt the change,
a first inkling, it came to me
way back when I was twenty-three,
was...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

Premium MemberI Left A Bad Reflection On Him by charles messina
I was talking to this middle-aged man this morning. I'd say he was probably in his upper fifties or so. He wore a grayish-white beard...

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Categories: humorous,

Premium MemberHome early from work by Gershon Wolf
Home early from work
   Yippee! Yippee!
Hey, you guys
   It's really me!

What's this I hear?
   Not a sound --
The house...

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Categories: family, husband, loss, wife,

Premium MemberVeterans Day in US - Remembrance Day in CDN - Eleven Eleven - Part One by Elaine George

My name is Garfield Edward George, better known as (Gap). I was born on the 26th day of March in the year 1921 in the...

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Categories: remembrance day,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: narrative, change, conflict, courage, death,

Next by Colette Dright
Next is the one who was chosen to follow ex
Next has to work twice as hard in order for the relationship to work
Yes, bring more,...

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Categories: growth, moving on, relationship,

Premium MemberOn searching for a vocation in the Universe by Quoth TheRaven
Nothing is devised or divined in the Universe to forever be.
Nothing is held always in truth; nor ever wholly wrong.
So look to those who find...

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Categories: conflict, men, music, power,

Premium MemberI am Think Typing by Caren Krutsinger
Have you ever had the best ……… of the worst of the most ……….ordinary of the kindest …….. of days?
I am think-typing, so this is...

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Categories: how i feel, poems,

Premium MemberChallenges by Edmund Siejka
CHALLENGES

By Edmund Siejka

He faced a challenge 
That forced him to use all his abilities
But doubt clouded his judgement
Caution gave way to uncertainty.
Needing help
He recalled these...

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Categories: life,

Premium MemberRassphrass and LeRoy's Love Story by Caren Krutsinger
Rassaphrass’s husband LeRoy went out for garlic bread on a Tuesday.  She ate all the spaghetti and meatballs before he returned, to teach him...

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Categories: fun,

Premium MemberMystery Of The Poltergeist by Robert Stoner Jr
Mystery Of The Poltergeist

It is said, “All things in balance”,
yin has it’s yang, plus has it’s minus,
all things in balance is natures way.

There is however...

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Categories: death, introspection, mystery,

Premium MemberI Would Like To Call His Mother by Caren Krutsinger
Let me tell you something you can’t tell anybody, not the principal, not my teacher, not nobody.
I stopped the ten-year-old midstream.  If you tell...

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Categories: anxiety,

God Looked And Saw by Julius Lawrence
God looked and saw evil looming on the horizon—
    so much evil and no sign of Justice.
He couldn’t believe what he saw,
...

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Categories: angel, baptism, beautiful, bible,

Premium MemberThe Bug Jar Part 2 by Carol Connell
This is the continuation of the story written by my brother Bob of our growing up years in the chicken coop.

Because we had no rooms...

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Categories: family, friendship, love, memory,

Premium MemberThe Bug Jar Part 1 by Carol Connell
This was written by my brother, Bob Contino. This is a longer more detailed version of my last poem posted, Chicken Coop Chronicle.

When I was...

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Categories: family, love, memory, poverty,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part I by David Welch
Booker MaCline stared out with his young eyes
at the rolling hills and trees of great sizes,
West Virginia’s landcape, so much different,
the plane ride here every...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Clive Gets Woke, Part II by David Welch
“...The leftists that you voted for
jacked up the minimum wage,
so new workers like me cannot
get hired, much less get paid.

“And those very same people
ignore foreigners...

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Categories: anger, change, growth, political,